One of the least important reasons for millionaire migration is taxes (except in France – see below). Most wealthy people are concerned about living in stable …
His anti-austerity campaign promises to jumpstart the French economy are not seeing any fruition; he’s reneging on his eurozone pledge to bring France’s deficit under ... a face-saving bid after his plan to tax individuals was slapped down …
French President François Hollande had been pushing for a 75% tax on the super-rich since his 2012 presidential campaign. France's controversial "millionaire tax" is set to become law, allowing the government to levy a 75% tax
Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images The Constitutional Council of France formally approved the government’s “millionaire tax” on Sunday, meaning the country’s top earners are about to pay a whole lot more into the public fisc. A central …
PARIS (Reuters) - A hefty tax on France's top earners that President Francois Hollande had touted as a key measure of his election campaign may be less tough on the rich than originally expected, Le Figaro daily reported on Thursday. …
France’s high court has issued a resounding “non!” to President Francois Hollande’s attempt to tax millionaires. Hollande’s controversial tax, slated to go into effect for 2013 revenues, would have imposed a 75% tax on individuals …
Supertax to be capped at 5 pct of a company's turnover PARIS, Dec 29 - France's Constitutional Council gave the green light on Sunday to the government's controversial 'millionaire tax', to be levied on companies that pay salaries of more …
France's "millionaire tax" of 75 percent has been approved by the nation's Constitutional Court, giving French President Francois Hollande the green light to implement his progressive economic policy. The temporary 75 percent tax was …
FILE - In this Sept. 1, 2014, file photo, French Economy and Industry minister Emmanuel Macron arrives for an official diner with the French President Francois Hollande and Saudi Crown Prince and Defense Minister Salman bin Abdul-Aziz, at …
It’s been dubbed the millionaire tax in France, and it just got the go-ahead from the country’s top court. French President Francois Hollande — who was once quoted saying he “didn’t like” the rich — originally proposed a two-year …