Retirees should take steps in light of now-permanent tax-relief provisions and expired tax cuts to ensure that their financial plan will continue to serve them throughout retirement, Fidelity Investments says. "Fidelity is encouraging investors to sharpen their focus on real after-tax returns, which is what remains after taxes and inflation are accounted for, and not just on nominal pre-tax returns -- also referred to as total returns," Fidelity's John Sweeney said.

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