New Opportunities for RIAs in Light of Proposed Retirement Plan Rules

Schweiss, Skip
November 2010
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov/Dec2010 Practice Management, p24
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the creation of opportunities for registered investment advisors (RIAs) under the proposed Retirement Plan rules in the U.S. The rules provide that investment advisers will offer advice to retirement plan participants through a level-fee basis and a computer model. It points out that the rules are beneficial for RIAs over commissioned brokers if implemented. It notes that compensation means that are being charged for services to the plan because.


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