Department of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule Struck Down by Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
We are pleased to inform you the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals decided to vacate the Department of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule. A number of procedural matters must still occur before the decision is final. The Department of Justice has 45 days to request a rehearing by the Fifth Circuit. If a rehearing is not requested or is denied, the Fifth Circuit will issue a mandate in early May making its decision fully effective. The Department of Justice also has 90 days to appeal the decision to the Supreme Court. Until this all gets sorted out, please continue to use PTE 84-24 disclosure paperwork for your life and annuity transactions involving qualified money.
Sample PTE 84-24 Disclosure