New Fiduciary Proposal by the US Department of Labor - How will the new proposals affect you?

Osler's Pensions and Benefits Group,Fidelity Investments,UBS Institutional Financial Services

The U.S. Department of Labor has issued a new and controversial regulatory proposal that would expand the class of plan fiduciaries and impose new conflict-of-interest restrictions on how these fiduciaries transact business with employee benefit plans. Whether you are a plan sponsor or plan committee member, an IRA holder or provide services to employee benefit plans, these new rules would affect the way that you operate.
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As I've mentioned in the past, every fall semester I teach a civics and government course. Recently, through Jeff Thomas, I learned about a nice infographic that I think I'll add to my bag of resources for that course. How Our Laws Are Made is an infographic (flowchart might actually be a better description) that outlines all the steps that a bill must go through to become a law.

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Spotlight

As I've mentioned in the past, every fall semester I teach a civics and government course. Recently, through Jeff Thomas, I learned about a nice infographic that I think I'll add to my bag of resources for that course. How Our Laws Are Made is an infographic (flowchart might actually be a better description) that outlines all the steps that a bill must go through to become a law.

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