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Ultimately, 60 votes will be needed in the Senate to make tax cuts permanent, a probability that falls somewhere between remote and unimaginable, given the enmity of Capitol Hill. (Photo: Shutterstock)

This week, the prospects for legislating retirement reforms gained steam with four new bills introduced in the Senate and a commitment from Republican leadership in the House of Representatives to push to make permanent the tax cuts for individuals passed last year.

Nick Thornton

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