Updated Wednesday, October 1, 2014 as of 6:21 PM ET
How Should Advisors Approach Corporate Inversions?
President Obama has blasted the tactic as unpatriotic while the Treasury Department has announced steps aimed at limiting the tax benefits. But beyond the headlines and sound bites, how should advisors evaluate inversions when developing investment strategies for their clients?
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