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Thu, Oct. 11 2012 07:32 AM EDT

Obama vs. Romney: Taxes, Deficits and the Federal Budget

By Napp Nazworth
Taxes, budgets and deficits have become central issues in the presidential campaign. The national debt is currently above $16 trillion and annual budget deficits have hovered around $1 trillion per year in the last few years. Both candidates, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, advocate lowering budget deficits, reforming the tax code and keeping taxes low, but there are some differences as well. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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