Prudential ( PRU) said in order to reflect the anticipated increase in taxes due to the change in law regarding tax deduction available to Prudential Financial for retiree health care costs beginning in 2013, the company has incurred a charge for the impairment of deferred tax assets in an amount of about $100 million for the quarter ending March 31.

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