Announcing changes that will likely affect wealth managers helping clients with tax planning, the IRS said earlier this week that many tax benefits for the 2012 tax year will increase due to inflation adjustments.

Investors will be able to contribute an additional $500 to their 401(k), for a total of $17,000 for those under 50 and $22,500 for those 50 or older.

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