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The new US tax bill creates little pressure for immediate action by individual investors, even though we expect the legislation to be quite impactful. Some investors should consider taking action before the end of 2017 if they are able, but in most cases the benefits will only be marginal, relative to total assets and income. However, as the tax bill and its ramifications become more fully analyzed and understood, investors should be ready to consider more substantial steps that could prove advisable with their investments or otherwise.

 

The new US tax bill creates little pressure for immediate action by individual investors, even though we expect the legislation to be quite impactful. Some investors should consider taking action before the end of 2017 if they are able, but in most cases the benefits will only be marginal, relative to total assets and income. However, as the tax bill and its ramifications become more fully analyzed and understood, investors should be ready to consider more substantial steps that could prove advisable with their investments or otherwise.

 

The new US tax bill creates little pressure for immediate action by individual investors, even though we expect the legislation to be quite impactful. Some investors should consider taking action before the end of 2017 if they are able, but in most cases the benefits will only be marginal, relative to total assets and income. However, as the tax bill and its ramifications become more fully analyzed and understood, investors should be ready to consider more substantial steps that could prove advisable with their investments or otherwise.

 

The new US tax bill creates little pressure for immediate action by individual investors, even though we expect the legislation to be quite impactful. Some investors should consider taking action before the end of 2017 if they are able, but in most cases the benefits will only be marginal, relative to total assets and income. However, as the tax bill and its ramifications become more fully analyzed and understood, investors should be ready to consider more substantial steps that could prove advisable with their investments or otherwise.

 

The new US tax bill creates little pressure for immediate action by individual investors, even though we expect the legislation to be quite impactful. Some investors should consider taking action before the end of 2017 if they are able, but in most cases the benefits will only be marginal, relative to total assets and income. However, as the tax bill and its ramifications become more fully analyzed and understood, investors should be ready to consider more substantial steps that could prove advisable with their investments or otherwise.

 

The new US tax bill creates little pressure for immediate action by individual investors, even though we expect the legislation to be quite impactful. Some investors should consider taking action before the end of 2017 if they are able, but in most cases the benefits will only be marginal, relative to total assets and income. However, as the tax bill and its ramifications become more fully analyzed and understood, investors should be ready to consider more substantial steps that could prove advisable with their investments or otherwise.

 

 

The new US tax bill creates little pressure for immediate action by individual investors, even though we expect the legislation to be quite impactful. Some investors should consider taking action before the end of 2017 if they are able, but in most cases the benefits will only be marginal, relative to total assets and income. However, as the tax bill and its ramifications become more fully analyzed and understood, investors should be ready to consider more substantial steps that could prove advisable with their investments or otherwise.