US elections 2020: tax proposals main differences

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The 2020 presidential election in the United States, which officially takes place next Tuesday, November 3, has already reached a record of early votes: about 70 million voters voted in advance this year. The number is equivalent to more than half of the total number of people who voted in 2016, according to a survey promoted by the U.S. Election Project.

And the two candidates campaings present different approaches when the subject is tax. Michel de Amorim, partner at Drummond Advisors, talked about the main differences in the tax proposals of Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

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