The countdown to the 2020 US Presidential election is well underway, and whether the outcome will be a blue or a red winner, is still far from certain. What is clear, is that the very different tax positions proposed by the Republicans and Democrats could have a very significant impact for wealthy US citizens.
What are the differences in tax policy?
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