SAVE YOUR RETIREMENT: TELL CONGRESS TO SIDE WITH RETIREMENT SAVERS,
NOT WALL STREET SPECIAL INTERESTS
Because of a “Retirement Advice Loophole” dating back to the 1970s, Wall Street banks, brokers, mutual funds, and insurance agents with major conflicts of interest are allowed to provide investment advice that puts their own interests ahead of what’s best for their clients. Millions of Americans are affected by this loophole every year without even knowing it, and it is draining away their retirement savings. Over time, the losses can be devastating, just as a colony of termites quietly eats away an entire house.
The Department of Labor is considering updates to its rules so that financial advisors serving retirement savers have to work in the best interest of their clients.
Financial professionals you turn to for advice are allowed to profit at your expense.Learn More
The Department of Labor must update the rules and make sure all financial professionals have a legal obligation to put your interests first when they offer retirement advice.Learn More
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