PHOENIX — Clients may not be so eager to pay the net investment income tax that goes to pay for President Obama's health care law. The additional 3.8% on all or part of a tax payer's net investment income pays for the Medicaid expansion that Obamacare ushered in.

Advisers have a variety of options that can help clients avoid or reduce that tax, says Samuel A. Donaldson, a professor at Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta, Georgia, at NAPFA's spring conference.

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