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Some investors say they would stop working with their financial advisor if they learned he or she is not legally required to serve clients’ best interests.(Photo: iStock)

Regardless of the eventual fate of the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule, studies indicate that a fiduciary standard is consistently rated among the top three most important factors that draw an investor to work with an advisor.


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