On November 6, 2012, Americans will elect the occupant of the White House for the next four years. As President of the United States, he will play a major role shaping tax policy and possibly reforming the entire Tax Code. This special CCH Briefing describes the tax policies of President Barack Obama, the Democratic Party candidate for President, and former Governor Mitt Romney, the Republican Party candidate for President, with analysis of the potential impact of their tax positions both for the immediate future and for 2014 and beyond. 2012 Tax Policies Of The Major Presidential Candidates
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