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The years of regulatory tussle and tens of millions spent in lobbying dollars have produced a consistent claim from opponents of the Department of Labor’s proposed fiduciary rule: Low income Americans and small-value retirement account holders will be priced out of the financial advisory market.

Nick Thornton


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