Last week, the Department of Labor issued the final version of a sweeping regulation for the industry that requires anyone providing investment advice for retirement accounts to serve as a fiduciary and act solely in the best interests of clients.

Six years in the making and the target of furious inside-the-beltway politicking, the rule will have dramatic and lasting impact on how Americans save for retirement for years to come.

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