The two presidential candidates could barely have more different tax policy agendas.
Donald Trump wants to cut taxes across the board while Hillary Clinton wants to raise rates and limit write-offs for upper-income taxpayers. They don’t disagree on everything however: Neither wants to tinker with payroll taxes for Social Security and Medicare.
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