Industry fears retirement-tax-incentive changes could still come

01/7/2013 | Pensions & Investments (free registration)

Lawmakers' "fiscal cliff" deal defers key tax-reform decisions that could affect the retirement business, lawyer Derek Dorn says. "Congress has delayed the fiscal cliff by erecting a new and potentially more dangerous one," Dorn says. "The fact that retirement incentives rank second on the list of tax expenditures ... creates considerable vulnerability for retirement incentives in any tax-reform process."

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