Friday, August 03, 2012

Fwd: Try out our new tax calculator

Automat --

I wanted to make sure you saw this: the Obama campaign has put together a tool that will show you just how much this election could cost you -- literally.

You can see how Mitt Romney and President Obama's tax plans would affect your wallet -- and see which candidate is fighting for the middle class.

Read the email from Obama for America's Policy Director James Kvaal below, then use the new tax calculator to see for yourself:

http://my.democrats.org/Tax-Calculator

Thanks,

Patrick

-----------------Original Message-----------------
From: James Kvaal, Policy Director, BarackObama.com
Subject: Try out our new tax calculator

Friend --

A lot of times policy debates on the campaign trail can be a bit confusing. This one isn't.

A new report released this week runs the numbers on Mitt Romney's tax plan. To pay for the tax cuts he'd give to millionaires like himself, he'd actually raise taxes on middle-class families with children by an average of more than $2,000.

We've put together a new tool that lets you see for yourself -- take a look at our tax calculator and find out how each candidate's tax plan would affect you:



Thanks,

James

James Kvaal
Policy Director
Obama for America




 

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