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Should There Be a Single Fiduciary Standard for Financial Advisors?

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Wed, 14 Aug 2013

Keeping It Simple Last weekend, The Wall Street Journal 's Jason Zweig discussed  Washington's ongoing debate about fiduciary responsibility. Those who give financial advice follow a dual regulatory standard. If they are Registered Investment Advisors, they are overseen by the SEC and are treated a

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