Lawmakers in Washington this week are expected to tackle a key piece of pension reform legislation, known as the Pension Protection Act of 2005, which could significantly impact the financial services industry.

Experts say that unlike Social Security reform, which appears to have finally met its death within the current administration because of President Bush's controversial private accounts, some sort of a pension reform plan could actually see the light of day by early next year.

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