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Nov 16, 2017

11/16/2017: What tax reform means for Trump’s personal finances

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(U.S. Edition) With the House GOP set to vote today on its plan for American taxes, we'll chat with someone who's been through a big tax overhaul before: Gene Steuerle, who heads the non-partisan Tax Policy Center. He joined us to talk about the basic principles most people can agree with when it comes to tax reform. Afterwards, we'll talk to Marketplace regular Allan Sloan about how Congress' tax plans might affect none other than President Donald Trump.

 

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There are some basic tax principles most people can agree with

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 Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) speaks during a news conference to discuss the GOP's plans for tax reform back in September in Washington, D.C. 
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(U.S. Edition) With the House GOP set to vote today on its plan for American taxes, we’ll chat with someone who’s been through a big tax overhaul before: Gene Steuerle, who heads the non-partisan Tax Policy Center. He joined us to talk about the basic principles most people can agree with when it comes to tax reform. Afterwards, we’ll talk to Marketplace regular Allan Sloan about how Congress’ tax plans might affect none other than President Donald Trump.

 

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