After the votes were counted last night, the political landscape in Washington emerged largely unchanged, giving advisors a slight, albeit cloudy, glimpse of the tax scene in 2013.

“The question on everyone’s mind is what does this mean for 2013 and what does this mean for whole fiscal cliff and Bush tax cuts,” Tim Steffen, the director of financial planning at Milwaukee-based Robert W. Baird & Co., said. “That’s the primary question that people are going to start asking today.”

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