DOL Fiduciary Rule to Go into Effect June 9
The long-running saga of the Department of Labor (DOL) fiduciary rule took another turn on May 22 when Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta confirmed that there would be no delay in the June 9, 2017, implementation date. Mr. Acosta said that after careful consideration, there was no legal basis to extend the deadline.
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Many financial firms portray retirement as a sunny, vacation snapshot. At Eastern Planning Inc., we see it as a colorful collage and don’t believe in generic, one-size-fits-all plans.
The professionals at Eastern Planning, Inc. understand that the best financial plan extends way beyond spreadsheets and graphs. The plan we create for our clients reflects every aspect of their lives, their needs, their family structure and their values – delving into areas that statistics simply can’t measure. Unlike most financial firms, our strategies are custom-fitted to each retiree's unique goals and family situation.
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