Voting to extend the Bush-era tax cuts, the U.S. House of Representatives took a step back from the so-called fiscal cliff late Wednesday evening.

The fate of the provisions, which are set to expire in 2012, has been a source of uncertainty for advisors and wealthy investors who would bear much of the tax increases on capital gains and dividend earnings.

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