Today is November 8th, 2016. Election Day. The culmination of a year-and-a-half of brutal campaigning. By the end of the day, America will have decided on the leader of the free world for the next four years.
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These have been arranged in roughly chronological order and vaguely grouped by topic.
- Why Millionaires Could See Their Taxes Increase in a Hillary Clinton Presidency
- Warren Buffett and Hillary Clinton Agree on This Tax Principle
- 5 Tax Changes Donald Trump Is Fighting For
- 5 Tax Changes Hillary Clinton Is Fighting For
- The $1.29 Trillion Tax Break Donald Trump Is Proposing
- Is Hillary Clinton an Ally to Long-Term Investors?
- Taxes: Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump
- 3 Tax Loopholes Hillary Clinton Wants to Close
- 3 Things Hillary Clinton Just Said About Your Taxes
- 3 Things Donald Trump Just Said About Your Taxes
- Trump's Child Care Tax Breaks: What You Need to Know
- 10 Ways Hillary Clinton Plans to Grow the Economy
- Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump on Obamacare
- 7 Ways Donald Trump Wants Change American Healthcare
- Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump on Medicare
- 2 Ways Hillary Clinton Plans to Change Social Security
- Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton on Social Security
- How Donald Trump Might Plan to Change Social Security
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