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In the third presidential debate, Donald Trump lied about Hillary Clinton’s tax reforms. He claims that Hillary Clinton will raise the public’s taxes, however, this is applicable only if you have an annual salary of $143,000. Speaking of taxes, let us take a look at Hillary Clinton’s tax record.

Since the beginning of the election, Hillary Clinton has been very clear about her views on taxes. She is of the opinion that wealthy people currently pay very little taxes, whereas the middle class needs more leverage. She claims that she will look into the matter, and fix the loophole. She further ensures that millionaires and billionaires won’t pay lower rates than middle-class families. Let us hope that she sticks to her word if she becomes the next U.S. president.

Talking about taxes, during the third presidential debate, Clinton raised her concerns about Trump not paying his taxes. She, in turn, is very particular about her tax returns. Why don’t we take a look at Hillary Clinton’s income tax returns?

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Hillary Clinton’s Tax Returns

Last year Clinton released her 2015 personal tax return information. She has always been very transparent about her financial standing, so it comes as no surprise that she has disclosed data about her tax return.

Hillary Clinton Tax Record

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It is a well known fact that since 2007, the Clinton’s have donated $16.0 million to charity, with the Clinton Foundation being the top recipient. 

Hillary Clinton’s Gross Income after Bill Clinton Left Office Is as Follows:

Year Income
2001 $16.0 million
2002 $9.0 million
2003 $8.0 million
2004 $20.0 million
2005 $18.0 million
2006 $16.0 million
2007 $21.0 million
2008 $5.0 million
2009 $10.0 million
2010 $13.0 million
2011 $15.0 million
2012 $20.0 million
2013 $27.0 million
2014 $28.0 million
2015 $11.0 million

At least Clinton has been honest about her tax records, and revealed them to the public. Trump claims that the country will see a massive tax increase, if Clinton becomes president. However, Hillary Clinton’s take on taxes has a different view altogether. She has emphasized the fact that the wealthy people have been paying much less in taxes, and has given her word to solve this issue.

Now that the third and final presidential debate is over, hopefully voters have made up their minds about who they think should be the next president of the United States.



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