Every presidential candidate should be required to make their tax returns public. For people in the private sector, their returns are often required to obtain loans and start businesses. Political candidates should make their financial stability and history transparent and available to the public for analysis and consideration as part of their other qualifications.
Presidential candidates should be required to release their tax returns. All of the presidential candidates for the last several cycles have done so voluntarily anyway. Donald Trump seems like he is hiding something. A law requiring their release is in keeping with full disclosure to the public, a duty that is owed.
Yes, all presidential candidates should be required to release their tax returns. Tax returns may be very revealing about a candidate, especially if he or she donated to particular groups that the United States does not recognize. By now releasing his returns, Trump is proving he has something to hide.
The custom of presidential candidates releasing their tax returns serves no purpose and does not need to continue. This information is private and can be easily misunderstood by electors. If a candidate is not being honest with their taxes, it is the job of the IRS to rectify the situation. Instead of releasing their tax returns, candidates should submit to an audit.