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Regulation might let financial professionals put their own interests first
Investors Still Struggle to Understand Forms
Consumers are confused about the differences between advisers and brokers
Proposed Investor Protection Rule Falls Short
AARP says consumers would still be vulnerable to hidden fees and other bad advice
Financial Planners for the Rest of Us
You don’t need — or have to pay — a million bucks to get good advice
Disclosure Forms Leave Investors Confused
Consumers couldn’t understand the SEC forms designed to help them
Learn More About How AARP Is Fighting for You
From retirement planning to lowering the costs of prescription drugs
As public comment period begins, consumer advocates say regulation would be too weak
AARP says uniform policy would ensure a level and transparent market
Letters and testimony about financial and consumer issues that impact people 50+
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