Presidential candidates’ tax proposals

There are vast differences in the tax policy proposals put forward by presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump, from how they propose to restructure tax brackets and estate taxes to what they are saying about business investment deductions. What could each proposal mean for citizens, businesses and the economy in general? Nathan Seegert, an assistant professor in the Department of Finance at the David Eccles School of Business, can address each proposal, how the candidates’ plans stack up as far as efficiency and fairness, who wins and who loses under each proposal and what each plan could mean for the economy.

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