KPMG report: Tax proposals (FAQs) of Biden and Trump campaigns
KPMG report: Tax proposals (FAQs) of Biden and Trump
The U.S. presidential candidates will participate in the final presidential debate this evening in Nashville, Tennessee. During the first debate, the topic of taxes was addressed by the candidates.
In advance of tonight’s debate, KPMG LLP is taking this opportunity to provide once again reports—in a “frequently asked question” (FAQ) format—of the proposed federal tax agenda of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and of President Donald Trump’s campaign.
- Read the KPMG report of Biden’s tax proposals [PDF 1.9 MB] (last updated September 18, 2020)
- Read the KPMG report of the Trump campaign’s tax proposals [PDF 376 KB] (last updated September 28, 2020)
KPMG has also produced a series of podcasts, of which there are several that concern the potential tax agenda of the presidential candidates. To select and listen to the podcasts: Catching up on Capitol Hill
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