If there's one thing that both supporters and critics of the Labor Department's proposed fiduciary rule share in common, it's a belief that the rule would have a profound impact on retirement advice in America.
"When you put this in the context of rule changes that have occurred since the financial crisis, this would rank at the top," notes James Allen, CEO of Hilliard Lyons, a wealth management firm with more than 400 advisors.
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