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Joy Napier-Joyce Comments on the DOL's Announcement to Delay Fiduciary Rule

Joy Napier-Joyce comments on the DOL's announcement proposing to delay the fiduciary rule, after President Donald Trump asked the department to examine the rule to determine if it would have an adverse effect on the ability of workers to gain access to retirement information and financial advice in "What does the fiduciary rule delay mean for advisers?", published by Employee Benefits News.

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