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Boston - As the 2020 presidential election kicks into high gear, Democratic nominee Joe Biden is proposing another sweeping change to the current tax code — just three years after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 was the largest single overhaul of the US tax code in more than three decades.

Here's how the Biden/Harris plan compares with current tax law:

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Source: Biden/Harris campaign, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, Washington Council Ernst & Young as of August 2020.