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How your taxes change under Trump or Clinton

Armando La Rosa directs people to the Liberty Tax Service office as the deadline to file taxes looms on April 15, 2016 in Miami, Florida. The Internal Revenue Service moved the deadline from April 15th to Monday the 18th due to the Emancipation Day holiday
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Credit Suisse compared side by side the tax implications for individuals and companies of a potential victory by Republican candidate Donald Trump or Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

The investment bank believes a key focus for investors and the general public should be centered on taxation since both candidates' policies differ significantly.