2020 Presidential Election: Tax Policies by Candidate
With less than two months away until the presidential election, President Donald Trump, the Republicans’ choice for another term, and Former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, are in the home stretch of making their cases to voters. Come Nov. 3, 2020, changes may be on the horizon based on each candidate’s differing views on popular tax policies. Doeren Mayhew’s tax advisors break down each policy, equipping you with the tax information you need to know before casting your ballot on voting day.
Depending on the candidate elected for presidency, there may be tax repercussions for both individuals and businesses. Before you cast your vote on Nov. 3, be sure to evaluate the candidates’ tax policies to learn how you and your business could be affected. If you have questions about President Trump or Former Vice President Biden’s proposed tax policies’ potential impacts on your unique situation, contact Doeren Mayhew’s team of dedicated tax advisors today.
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