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Wealthy Likely to Face 'Buffett Rule' Under a President Clinton

This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool.  Hillary Clinton supporter and billionaire investor Warren Buffett doesn't believe the wealthiest Americans (himself included) are paying enough taxes. Here's how he and the Democratic nominee for president hope to address the issue:  The Buffett Rule In a nutshell, the "Buffett Rule" is the idea that no household with income more than $1 million per year should pay a smaller effective tax rate than middle-class families.
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