With three-fourths of financial advisers reporting that their clients are concerned about potential tax increases, the market is favorable for alternative-investment strategies, according to Jefferson National. "Poised on the brink of the 'fiscal cliff,' the political stalemate that is gripping Washington and driving volatility in the market is clearly a top concern of advisers and their clients, and this is driving an urgent demand for tax-advantaged investing solutions," Jefferson National CEO Mitchell Caplan says.

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