The Financial Services Institute surveyed 2,500 advisors about the fiscal cliff, the economy and other issues affecting clients. The majority of those surveyed (79%) said the fiscal cliff will be avoided. And 90% said that any such deal should entail both fundamental tax reform as well as entitlement reform. A sizeable minority (at least 37%) thought the capital gains tax should be increased. Here are some more details from the survey.
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