Help us Delay the DOL Fiduciary Rule

NOW is the time for you to contact your Member of Congress and request they co-sponsor and vote in favor of the “Protecting American Families’ Retirement Advice” Act. This act will delay the implementation of the Department of LaborFiduciary Rule.

Last month, during our visit to Washington D.C., our team requested Congress help us delay the implementation of the Department of Labor (DOL) Rule. Congress has listened, and a new bill is circulating. When passed, the bill will delay the DOLFiduciary Rule for 24 months.

This is an important step in developing a workable solution regarding how, when, and where Americans receive investment advice on their retirement accounts. It also allows us to continue working through other avenues to develop a winning approach for independent agents to continue thriving as they provide safe solutions to many retirement challenges. Below are the resources you will need to contact your Member of Congress.

To see this short DOL delay bill CLICK HERE.

To find your Member of Congress CLICK HERE.

Sample Message to Congress Below:

DEAR _________,

I am requesting your support to co-sponsor and vote in favor of the “Protecting American Families’ Retirement Advice” Act. This act will delay the implementation of the Department of Labor’s controversial fiduciary rule and will allow our industry adequate time to comply and adapt to this far-reaching rule which affects trillions of dollars in retirement accounts and tens of thousands of jobs in the fixed insurance industry. I am in favor of giving best interest advice, but the rule was poorly written and actually eliminates entire distribution channels which have served consumers with safe retirement options for many decades. Please join me. I respectfully ask you to co-sponsor and vote for this bill so we can continue to work with Congress to develop a workable solution and better protect consumers with a law from our elected Representatives rather than an administrative order. You can view the bill at the following URL. Thank you for your time.

http://joewilson.house.gov/sites/joewilson.house.gov/files/Fiduciary%20Bill.pdf