Take a Look at Each Candidate's Tax Plan
OK. We’re in the home stretch of the 2016 presidential election.
Even though the American public is getting bombarded with news coverage about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump during every newscast, we've yet to really hear them talk about the details of what could happen when either candidate becomes president.
Well, while we don't know everything Clinton or Trump will do in the White House, we now have a decent idea what each candidate's tax policy will entail.
This link will take you to PBS Newshour's candidate tax flow chart. It's filled with information about how each candidate plans to handle American's taxes come 2017. But if you don't have time to click that link right now, here's a brief explanation of what you'll eventually read:
"Hillary Clinton believes the wealthy are not paying a fair share and would like to increase their taxes and use the revenue for tax credits, student loan programs and other benefits for the middle and lower classes," PBS reports.
"Donald Trump instead proposes cutting rates for all Americans, but would especially cut tax rates for corporations and families passing wealth between generations."
If you want to interpret what PBS found for yourself, bookmark the above link ASAP.