Debate prep: GOP candidates disagree on how to change US taxes
When the top ten Republican candidates face off Wednesday night at the CNBC debate, they will be focused on the economy. And one of the top economic issues Americans and AOL.com users worry about is how to fix the American tax code and make it fairer.
So what do we know about where they stand so far? There are basically two camps.
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On one side, some candidates who want to cut rates. Marco Rubio wants to take the top federal tax rate down to 35 percent and get rid of capital gains and estate taxes. Jeb Bush wants to cut the top tax rate to 28 percent and Donald Trump wants to bring it down to 25 percent.
On the other side, we have the candidates who want to adopt a flat tax system. Ben Carson, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul want to introduce a flat tax. Mike Huckabee advocates another type of flat tax, wanting to abolish the IRS and replacing the system with a sales tax.
To learn more about what Republicans vying for their party's White House nomination want to do if they become president, watch Wednesday night's debate and return to AOL.com for the post-debate live show to hear how the candidates address your issues.
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