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Trump Tax Plan Would Add Trillions To The Debt, Clinton Plan Would Trim Deficits, Tax the Wealthy

Two new Tax Policy Center reports quantify the dramatic contrast between the latest tax plans of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Clinton has proposed a significant tax increase on high- income households and businesses. Trump’s plan, while less ambitious than the version he released in 2015, would still largely benefit [...]
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