Washington (June 9, 2003) -- The new tax law seems to answer many investor prayers, but before rushing out to completely overhaul your portfolio, you should take into account some of the sunset provisions built into the law – and how they might complicate long-term planning, experts say.

Under the The Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003, signed into law last week by President Bush, the highest capital gains tax rate, as well as the tax on dividends, was shaved to 15 percent.

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