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Judge rejects US request to stay fiduciary-rule lawsuit

NAIFA SmartBrief | Feb 23, 2017

US District Judge Susan Richard Nelson refused to grant a motion by the Justice Department to stay a lawsuit by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans that challenges the Labor Department's fiduciary rule. Mere speculation that the Trump administration might act does not justify delay of the lawsuit, she said. ThinkAdvisor (02/22) InvestmentNews (tiered subscription model) (02/22)


Labor's fiduciary rule upheld by federal judge in Kan.

NAIFA SmartBrief | Feb 20, 2017

Study: Average cost of retirement exceeds $700,000

NAIFA SmartBrief | Feb 20, 2017

Some planners switch focus to lower-income clients

NAIFA SmartBrief | Feb 21, 2017

Agency will continue to allow for pre-ACA plans in 2018

NAIFA SmartBrief | Feb 24, 2017

Research: Workers want financial advice and do better with it

NAIFA SmartBrief | Feb 22, 2017

Delayed-retirement credits may not kick in until the next calendar year

NAIFA SmartBrief | Feb 21, 2017

Census Bureau: Most workers not contributing to 401(k)s

NAIFA SmartBrief | Feb 21, 2017

IRA inheritance a challenge for advisers

NAIFA SmartBrief | Feb 22, 2017

Group: Regulators should abandon stand-alone LTCI products

NAIFA SmartBrief | Feb 23, 2017


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