(Bloomberg) --Investors have dodged a rule change that could have raised their tax bills when they sell stock.

The Senate-passed version of the GOP tax bill would have limited investors’ flexibility when selling shares. If investors bought shares of a company over time, the “first-in, first-out,” or “FIFO,” rule would have required that investors sell their oldest shares first when making a stock sale.

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