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7 Ways Your Taxes Could Change Under Biden

Money Talks News Logo By Karla Bowsher of Money Talks News | Slide 1 of 9: Presidential candidates tend to focus on issues that are near and dear to us, from shoring up Social Security to stamping out the coronavirus. But perhaps none is as near and dear to our pocketbooks as the topic of income taxes.  To help you better understand the stance of the challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden, we dissected his individual income tax-related proposals as detailed in his official platform. We did the same for the incumbent, President Donald Trump, although he gives voters less information to work with in terms of a formal platform. Note that this article will detail income tax-related proposals. To learn how both candidates plan to change payroll taxes, see “5 Ways Joe Biden Wants Social Security to Change.”   It's not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

7 Ways Your Taxes Could Change Under Biden

Presidential candidates tend to focus on issues that are near and dear to us, from shoring up Social Security to stamping out the coronavirus.

But perhaps none is as near and dear to our pocketbooks as the topic of income taxes.

To help you better understand the stance of the challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden, we dissected his individual income tax-related proposals as detailed in his official platform.

We did the same for the incumbent, President Donald Trump, although he gives voters less information to work with in terms of a formal platform.

Note that this article will detail income tax-related proposals. To learn how both candidates plan to change payroll taxes, see “5 Ways Joe Biden Wants Social Security to Change.”

It's not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

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