If you watch network television in any of the swing states, you know that many people are very concerned about who will win the presidential election in November.

But financial advisors across the country are more concerned with the political stalemate that has occurred in the past four years, especially the failure of the budget super committee to come up with a way to cut $1.2 trillion from the budget over 10 years.

Because of that failure, many items, including tax changes that were put in place in the early 2000s, will sunset in 2013 unless the Republicans and Democrats can come up with a workable plan.

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