It may be some time before Congress and the Obama administration decide what to do about the tax rates for next year, so it’s a good idea to plan for various alternative scenarios just in case.

Greg Rosica, a tax partner in Ernst & Young’s Personal Tax Services who leads the firm’s Southeast Area Private Client Services practice, and a contributing author to the Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2013, advises accountants to sit down with their clients and do some what-if planning.

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