As Election Day 2016 draws near, Americans recognize that the winner of the presidency may promote profound changes in the economic landscape. Paychex identified the top five issues for employers in the race between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump: tax reform, employment law, health care reform, retirement funding, and immigration reform. The candidates have distinct positions on each of these complex topics, which we outline for you in the chart below.
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