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Amid an atmosphere that promises change—think the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule, which will make fiduciaries out of many retirement plan advisors who currently don’t serve in that capacity—one company has beefed up its small business retirement plan program rather than contemplating an exit from the sector.

Lincoln Financial Group’s Retirement Plan Services business has expanded fund choices, increased services and changed its pricing structure for its Lincoln Director employer-sponsored retirement plan program for small business clients. It has also added options that will allow plan sponsor clients to seek fiduciary support at a range of levels.

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