On shrinking U.S. corporate tax base, presidential candidates differ sharply

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump hands a five-dollar bill back to a supporter after signing it for her following a rally with sportsmen in WalterboroBy David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The corporate income tax is a major revenue source for the U.S. government, but it has been shrinking for decades and the three main presidential candidates could not differ more dramatically on what to do about it. Republican Donald Trump and Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have starkly contrasting plans, some more detailed than others, for taxing corporations.

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