3 ways to protect your 401(k) if Trump kills the fiduciary rule

A new move by President Donald Trump may mean higher costs for individual investors and retirement plans, especially 401(k)s offered by small businesses. The good news, though, is that you can protect yourself against his order, which delays and reconsiders the so-called fiduciary rule, if you ask the right questions.

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3 ways to protect your 401(k) if Trump kills the fiduciary rule