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Campaign 2016: Tax proposals of Democratic, Republican presidential candidates (update)

Campaign 2016: Tax proposals of presidential candidates

A slide presentation prepared by KPMG sets forth the key tax proposals of the presidential candidates of the two major political parties—Secretary Clinton and Mr. Trump—as of October 18, 2016.

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All information in these slides is based on the descriptions of each candidate’s tax proposals contained on that candidate’s official campaign website as of October 18, 2016. The slides do not include proposals, descriptions, or other details that a candidate may have mentioned during the course of the campaign that are not included on his or her official website.  

The slides do not purport to provide a complete description of each candidate’s tax proposals. They also do not provide any analyses or interpretations. Instead, they merely summarize key tax proposals at a high level.

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Any changes the candidates may make to their proposals after October 18, 2016, will not be reflected in the slides. As a result, information in the slides might not be current.

 

Read an October 2016 slide presentation [PDF 95 KB] prepared by KPMG LLP

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