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  • noun Plural form of fiduciary.

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Examples

  • This already happens, and the rsponsibilities of the plan fiduciaries is well defined.

    Regulate Mutual Funds?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • "Brokers would love to be called fiduciaries," said Tamar Frankel, a professor at Boston University School of Law.

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  • "Brokers would love to be called fiduciaries," said Tamar Frankel, a professor at Boston University School of Law.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "Brokers would love to be called fiduciaries," said Tamar Frankel, a professor at Boston University School of Law.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "Brokers would love to be called fiduciaries," said Tamar Frankel, a professor at Boston University School of Law.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "Brokers would love to be called fiduciaries," said Tamar Frankel, a professor at Boston University School of Law.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "Brokers would love to be called fiduciaries," said Tamar Frankel, a professor at Boston University School of Law.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The providers of the advice -- typically third parties like independent advisory service Financial Engines -- act as fiduciaries, meaning they are legally bound to put your interests first.

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  • The actual providers of the advice — typically third parties like Financial Engines, the largest independent advisory service — act as fiduciaries, meaning they are legally bound to put your interests first.

    401(k) Advice

  • Legally, neither are "fiduciaries", which means they have no obligation to resolve conflicts of interest in your favor.

    Dan Solin: Products Your Stock Broker and Insurance Agent Hope You'll Never Consider

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