Now that the March 1 deadline for Congress and the White House to reach a deficit-reduction agreement has lapsed, federal agencies must begin to absorb $85 billion in automatic spending cuts, but for financial advisors, it could be business as usual, at least for the time being.

"Frankly, sequestration has not been a high-priority issue," said Neil Simon, vice president for government affairs at the Investment Adviser Association.

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