How the Fiduciary Rule Will Squeeze Your Shelf
Two insurance industry veterans say you can get through this.
Secretary Acosta, Candor and the DOL Rule
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta’s Wall Street Journal op-ed last week on the DOL fiduciary rule is a public service.
Income Riders Offer Post-Fiduciary Rule Save for Annuities
Many advisors may find themselves offering fixed annuities so as not to trigger the fiduciary rule, but new income riders may change the game.
Texas judge denies emergency request to block DOL fiduciary rule
Plaintiffs failed to satisfy four factors required to obtain an injunction pending appeal.
DOL proposes 60-day fiduciary rule delay
The Department of Labor has released a proposed rule to extend for 60 days the applicability date of its legislated fiduciary standard.
Groups Appeal DOL Fiduciary Case in Texas
Five national co-plaintiffs and four groups in Lone Star State file to appeal Judge Lynn's decision to uphold the fiduciary rule.
Official DOL fiduciary rule delay expected shortly
The Labor Department this week is expected to file the much-anticipated 180-day delay of the fiduciary rule’s April 10 compliance date.
Fixed annuity sales hit record $117.4 billion in 2016
After strong results in the first three quarters, fixed annuity sales fell 13 percent to $25.7 billion in the fourth quarter.
Trump nominates Acosta as Labor secretary
President Donald Trump wasted little time in naming R. Alexander Acosta on Thursday as his new Labor secretary nominee.
DOL expected to delay fiduciary rule
As expected, the Department of Labor filed a notice Thursday with the Office of Management and Budget to delay implementation of its fiduciary rule.