We have the SEC to thank for investors not being able to tell a non-fiduciary broker from a fiduciary advisor, argues Scott Simon of Prudent Investor Advisors.
Some end-of-summer observations on suboptimal fiduciary set-ups, the 'incidental' issue in the fiduciary wars, and reflections on Tibble v Edison.
Disclosures of conflicts made by many financial services providers tell you just about nothing--or even less!
Advocate Steve Schullo says reform is moving in the right direction, but there is more work to do.
In so-called 'open vendor' states, high-cost 403(b) plans may be side-stepped by turning to 457(b)s, explains plan-participant advocate Steve Schullo.
Steve Schullo's is working to shed light the awful shortcomings of K-12 403(b) plans.
Scott Simon of Prudent Investor Advisors argues the case for plan sponsors hiring a 3(38) fiduciary.
Will the DOL jerk the football away from those advocating for the fiduciary standard?
A leaked White House memo may have offended some in the financial-services industry, but resistance to a fiduciary standard should be causing more outrage, writes Scott Simon of Prudent Investor Advisors.
Prudent Investor Advisors' W. Scott Simon analyzes a series of agreements between a large insurance company and a K-12 school district.