The Labor Department's fiduciary proposal is in the final stages of becoming a rule, having been sent last night to the White House's Office of Budget and Management for review, according to the office's website.

The rule is likely to go into effect in the spring of 2016, ensuring that it's in place before President Obama's tenure ends and a new president comes in who can easily undo it, experts and industry observers say.

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