Be aware of important changes affecting small business retirement plans
September 26, 2016
Michael Rogers, vice president communications for the Small Business Association of Michigan, talks with financial advisor Rich Tegge, owner of Wealth Strategies Group in Marquette, who says now is a good time to pay attention to your retirement plan thanks to some new Department of Labor regulations on things like fiduciary rules and conflict of interest.
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