The calculator asks for users to enter their salary, marriage status and number of children. Then, it generates the increase or decrease in tax dollars that the user could expect.
Under a Trump presidency, citizens could expect "(huge) tax cuts without explicit offsetting spending cuts." Under Cruz, most could expect a "10 percent flat rate on income tax and 16 percent value-added tax." The Sanders administation would generate "big tax increases, mostly on the rich, to pay for big programs." Clinton's plan would prompt taxes to "stay about the same."
But remember: The numbers are only estimates. Every taxpayer has a different situation with different claims and writeoffs.
Whoever becomes the next president will need support from Congress to enact his or her tax plan, and it’s likely that that person's campaign policy papers won’t entirely reflect what ends up being approved.
Try the calculator here.