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The insurance industry is largely regulated by states, and enforcement varies state-by-state.
Codifying the idea of putting a client's best interest first into regulation is important.
Firms must perform due diligence on prospective providers.
As advisers step farther away from stock-picking, their work guiding clients on the bigger financial picture becomes more important and their value potentially greater.
Because after all, advisers are the most informed constituents to weigh in.
The issue has been a problem for Finra — and investors — for a long time.
These assessments and guidance can smooth the way for its member firms to make better-informed decisions about technology.
Having leading retirement thinkers instigate policy discussions on boosting retirement income could be our best hope to spark positive change.
It's all about transparency: New guidance could help brokers on the move retain loyal clients.
Advisers may not be college planning experts, but they should be helping clients and their children think things through.
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