From overtime rules and HIPAA desk audits to the never-ending updates of the Fiduciary Rule, the benefits industry saw a wave of new policies, regulations and laws come up that had advisers and clients alike scrambling to prepare for compliance.

Now that Donald Trump is set to take the Oval Office in January and the Republican Party holds the majority seats in Congress, many policies put forth over the past eight years are sitting in a state of limbo and could very well disappear in the coming year.

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