September 2, 2015
It’s been an exciting campaign season so far for Americans interested in federal tax reform. Throughout the last few months, candidates in both parties have put tax policy at the center of their platforms, promising to make the federal tax system simpler, fairer, and better for the economy. Many candidates have also begun to issue concrete policy proposals of what changes they would make to the tax code.
We’ve conducted an extensive search of candidates’ public statements to gather every tax proposal that candidates have offered during the 2016 presidential campaign. Then, we’ve collected a summary of each candidate’s proposals in an interactive feature.
As shown in the feature, we’ve broken down candidates’ tax policy proposals into twelve issues, each concerning a different part of the federal tax code:
Read the full article at the Tax Foundation: Every Tax Policy Proposal from the 2016 Presidential Candidates, in One Chart