I treat bulb foliage in different ways depending on where it is located and how much it interferes with other plantings. I give most of the daffodil foliage a little haircut when all of the blooms are gone also cutting off the seed head in the process (this conserves energy for flower production next year). I come around again a month out and cut a little more foliage off to let in light to other layered plantings. My last cuts around the end of June just low enough so they do not interfere with other plants and in most cases this still leaves quite a bit of foliage.
I have never had a problem with the daffodils returning for a stunning display the following year, never have left my daffodils yellowing and sprawling all over the ground unless they are in a garden bed where I don't see them.
Heuchera Southern Comfort coming up through the groundcover
Stoplight Heucherella coming up under the bleeding heart
Carrots planted under the daylilies - by the time the carrots need lots of sunlight the daylilies will be cut down.
The radishes look very lush don't they?
Same scene a day later, the rabbits have made a visit!