(Bloomberg) — States and large cities can more easily establish their own retirement programs for private-sector workers under new rules the Obama administration announced Thursday, which are aimed at expanding the number of Americans with access to tax-advantaged savings accounts.

The rules may also apply new pressure on financial advisers to lower their fees.

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