Fix the Rule - What You Can Do | U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Fix the Rule - What You Can Do

CONTACT YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS

Stretching its current regulatory authority over employer-provided retirement plans, the Dept. of Labor (DOL) proposed in April a new regulatory package that would put DOL in charge of financial advice provided to all Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) as well as to all private-sector, employer-provided retirement plans. This regulatory expansion would change the rules governing how financial advice is provided to roughly $15 trillion in retirement savings, and it will have a disproportionate impact on low and moderate income Americans saving for retirement. The Chamber is committed to working toward a rule that further protects investors while expanding, rather than unnecessarily limiting, access to investment advice and investment choices. Let your representatives in Congress know you oppose the new fiduciary rule. Let your representatives in Congress know you oppose the new fiduciary rule.

BECOME A SMALL BUSINESS ADVOCATE

Join our efforts and help us explain to the Hill, the administration, and the media what being able to offer retirement benefits means to you and your employees.

Interested in writing op-eds, participating in events, and talking with press?

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I am afraid...that the DOL's new "fiduciary" rule will cut [my employees] off from receiving critically important investment education and materials on investment options."
Todd Ewing, Company Founder, Federal Title & Escrow Company

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Tell us about what being able to offer retirement benefits means to you and your employees. We will share your profile with lawmakers and regulators and highlight your story to show what it means if you could no longer provide retirement benefits to your employees.

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