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The Voters’ Guide to Tax Policy

    The 2016 Presidential candidates’ tax policies and

their impact on you

The book that explains the 2016 Presidential candidates’ tax policies in plain English and what each means to the typical taxpayer. Be an informed voter! (More details on the book are below)

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Book Description:

In this time of sound bites and political spin, I’m offering a non-political look at the Presidential candidates’ tax policies. In doing so, I’m asking what each policy means for you.

As an Enrolled Agent (a federally licensed tax professional), this is an area where I can help voters better understand the candidates’ positions. It would be wonderful if experts in other areas did the same for the other policies. I believe that informed voters are the best.

I start with an overview of today’s tax code as a basis for understanding the candidates’ positions. Then The Voters’ Guide to Tax Policy goes into its main mission: to provide an explanation of each candidate’s tax policy and who benefits from the proposal. I’m not discussing whether a benefit or harm is the right thing – that is up to each voter to decide.

At the end, I provide examples of various typical taxpayers’ tax liability under each candidate’s policy.

Readers’ Comments:

“you did a great job of summarizing and introducing tax issues and proposed policies that are relevant to me and you made me more curious and want to dig deeper into many of these issues”

“Very informative and easy to digest.  The way you use examples was really helpful and the summary scenarios at the end were very clarifying.  I really enjoyed the background you gave at the beginning.  You have a great talent for being able to sort through the weeds and explain things logically and simply.”

“Even though she is a tax professional, her explanations are couched eloquently for the non-legal layperson”

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