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Who Benefits From Donald Trump's Tax Plan?

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Backers of California's Proposition 56 hope to hit people hard enough in the wallet that they quit smoking. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Would California's Proposed Tobacco Tax Hike Reduce Smoking?

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Women hold up their babies for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as he speaks at a campaign rally on Aug. 1 in Mechanicsburg, Pa. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton delivered competing economic speeches this week. Mary Altaffer and Chuck Burton/AP hide caption

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How Did Trump's And Clinton's Economic Policy Speeches Compare?

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Listen to Trump's Economic Speech

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Rep. Gwen Moore (shown in 2012) has introduced a bill that would mandate drug testing for wealthy Americans before they could claim itemized tax deductions over $150,000. She says the bill is intended not so much as a statement about the rich but about the poor. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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New York Aims To Become The Next State To Toss The Tampon Tax

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A police officer stands outside the Mossack Fonseca law firm Tuesday as organized crime prosecutors raid the offices in Panama City. Arnulfo Franco/AP hide caption

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Want To Set Up A Shell Corporation To Hide Your Millions? No Problem

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A Real-Life Tax Scam: This Is What IRS Phone Fraud Sounds Like

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For nontraditional families, the tax code can be especially confusing. Oivind Hovland/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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For Nontraditional Families, The Tax Code Can Be Especially Confusing

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