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New Rule Protects Christian Retirement Saver's Interest

Updated: Jun 15

Joe Biden speaking about the fiduciary rule for Christian financial advisors

Episode Summary:

In this episode of "Financial Advisors Say the Darnedest Things," host AB Ridgeway discusses the recent updates announced by the Biden-Harris administration regarding rules aimed at protecting retirement savers' interests. The Department of Labor's revised definition of fiduciary aims to ensure that financial advisors prioritize their clients' best interests. AB explores the implications of these changes and their significance for investors.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Enhanced Investor Protection: The updated regulations emphasize the importance of financial advisors acting in their clients' best interests, ensuring prudent and honest advice free from overcharges.

  2. Importance of Fiduciary Responsibility: The fiduciary standard requires advisors to prioritize clients' interests over their own, preventing conflicts of interest and unethical practices that may harm investors.

  3. Christian Financial Advisory Principles: AB emphasizes the alignment of his firm's practices with biblical principles, highlighting the importance of shared values between advisors and clients for a successful relationship.

  4. Advisors' Accountability: The new regulations hold financial advisors to a higher standard of care, promoting transparency and accountability in the industry to safeguard investors' retirement savings.

  5. Empowering Investors: AB encourages listeners to consider the implications of these changes and engage in discussions about how the revised rules may impact their retirement planning, fostering greater awareness and empowerment among investors.


  1. "Financial advisors on all levels are now required to adhere to high standards of care and loyalty when recommending investments, ensuring clients' interests come first."

  2. "As a Christian financial advisor, we focus on biblical principles, prioritizing values alignment with our clients for a successful partnership."

  3. "The new regulations aim to protect retirement investors from improper recommendations and conflicts of interest, ensuring they can retire with dignity."

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Prayer: "Lord, guide us as we navigate financial decisions, seeking wisdom and discernment in stewarding our resources. May our actions honor You and serve the well-being of others. Amen."

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A.B. Ridgeway, MBA, CPWA®️ ( is the owner and Christian Financial Advisor with A.B. Ridgeway Wealth Management. With a decade in the finance industry, his goal is to give believers clarity around the most confusing topic in the Bible, money, and tithing. A.B. Ridgeway helps tithing Christians become cheerful givers but unlocking their money-making potential, so they can prosper and be the great stewards of the wealth God has entrusted them with.

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