In an unsurprising move, the Department of Labor (DOL) postponed the applicability date of the fiduciary rule on April 4 for an additional 60 days. The new applicability date for the rule is June 9, 2017, although the DOL may choose to push that date back even further. The extra time was added just days before the fiduciary rule was set to go into effect and gives the DOL additional time to consider revisions. The agency was ordered to re-evaluate the rule by President Trump back in February.
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