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2009 Tax Stimulus
2012 Election Tax Plans
2015 Budget
Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)
American Jobs Act of 2011
Brief Description of the Model 2013
Camp Tax Reform Plan
Current-Law Distribution of Taxes
Deficit Reduction Proposals
Distribution of the 2001 - 2008 Tax Cuts
Dynamic Scoring
Earned Income Tax Credit
Economic Stimulus
Education Tax Incentives
Estate and Gift Taxes
Expiration of the Bush Tax Cuts
Explanation of Income Measures 2013
Federal Budget
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Fiscal Crisis
Guide to TPC Tables
Health Insurance Tax Incentives
How to Interpret Distribution Tables 2013
Marriage Penalties
Model FAQ 2013
Model Related Resources and FAQs
Payroll Taxes
Presidential Transition - 2009
Recent Tax Stimulus Legislation
Retirement Saving
Tax Encyclopedia Index
Tax Expenditures
Tax Reform Proposals
Value-Added Tax (VAT)
Who Doesn't Pay Federal Taxes?
Working Families

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Tax Proposals by Republican Presidential Candidates

The Tax Policy Center has compared in a detailed grid the provisions of the tax plans proposed by the eight major Republican presidential candidates. TPC will update the grid as candidates reveal more details about their tax plans.

See comparison of tax plan proposals.

In addition, TPC has analyzed the distributional effects of tax proposals from Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Herman Cain, and Rick Perry, and will conduct similar evaluations of proposals from other presidential candidates as they make sufficient detail available.

The Santorum Tax Plan

The Romney Tax Plan

The Gingrich Tax Plan

Governor Rick Perry's Tax Reform Plan

Herman Cain's 9-9-9 Tax Plan