There are roughly 40 days between the time this post was created and April 10, 2017, when the Department of Labor’s Fiduciary ruling takes effect. TAG Resources will try to provide you with as much information as possible to give you a competitive advantage. Some of the information is curated from material available through sources across the internet. Some will be insights from the TAG Resources brain trust.
UPDATE: February 2017
The National Law Review: DOL Prevails in Tenth Circuit in Another Decision on Fiduciary Rule | February 23, 2017
Forbes: The Fiduciary Rule Needs To Benefit Brokers And Savers | February 27, 2017
Washington Post: Should your financial adviser act in your best interest? You decide. | February 9, 2017
UPDATE: November 2016
From TAG Resources: Digging Deeper
The National Law Review: ERISA Fiduciary Issues for Plan Sponsors | November 19, 2016
DC Retirement Plan Committees Face Tough Choices: Many committees do not have the expertise to select investments and should use outside help, SEI says. By Lee Barney EDITORS@PLANSPONSOR.COM | November 21, 2016
From TAG Resources: What questions you should ask your fiduciary partners.
On Oct. 27, the DOL released a set of Frequently Asked Questions.
“How the new ‘fiduciary’ rule will actually affect you,“ written by Darla Mercado at CNBC
And, here’s an installment on disclosure rules from NAPA, “What Advisors Need to Know About the DOL Disclosure Rules”