STOP WALL STREET FROM DRAINING AMERICANS' RETIREMENT SAVINGS
You've worked hard. You deserve the peace of mind of knowing you've saved what you need for your retirement, and that you can trust financial professionals to help you get there.
But right now, as a result of the "Retirement Advice Loophole," many so-called "financial advisers" are not required to put your financial interests ahead of their own. They can recommend retirement investments with hidden fees, riskier features, and lower returns -- investments that earn them more money, even if they aren't as good for your bottom line.
Tell the U.S. Department of Labor to close the "Retirement Advice Loophole" once and for all -- requiring anyone giving retirement investment advice to put your interests first, period.