When it comes to getting advice ― especially financial advice ― truth can be such a relative thing. If you’re an individual investor, you probably know exactly what I mean. And the federal government isn’t exactly helping. The Trump administration just killed a fiduciary rule that would have required commission-based brokers and insurance agents to disclose conflicts of interest and compelled them to recommend the lowest-cost retirement plans to clients. Those rules were set to be...


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