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How the 2016 Election Affects Your Money

American Hustle: How the Next President Will Affect Your Finances

This election year has been incredibly intense, and with good reason: there's a ton at stake. In addition to brushing up on the social and political viewpoints of each candidate, it would behoove us to review their takes on the financial matters that could seriously affect American workers and students.

Thanks to some handy, at-a-glance charts from Napkin Finance, you can empower yourself to make an educated decision on Election Day about the future of America's finances. Keep reading to get a quick comparison of each candidate's stance on student loans, taxes, and minimum wage — then take your knowledge to the polls and vote!

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