By Paul Mulholland
Source: PlanSponsor

This year’s midterm elections resulted in Democrats keeping their narrow lead in the Senate but losing control of the House to Republicans.

Republicans are expected to have a nine-seat majority in the House, and Democrats will either have a one-seat majority or the tiebreaking vote in an evenly split Senate, pending the result of the Georgia runoff election on December 6.

With the House changing hands, some key committee gavels will switch from Democrat to Republican control. What does that mean for the retirement, tax and investment issues that PLANSPONSOR has been covering?

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