As firms race to get ahead of the Labor Department's fiduciary rule, they should think twice before switching their clients’ brokerage accounts to fee-based accounts.
They could find themselves in regulatory hot water for "reverse churning," the practice of placing a client's money in a fee-based account that does not require much in the way of monitoring or ongoing service.
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