PARIS • It was supposed to force millionaires to pay tax rates of up to 75 percent: "Cuba without the sun," as described by a critic from the banking industry. Socialist President Francois Hollande's super tax was …
French President François Hollande has instituted a new, insanely high tax on the rich—but he's not exactly at the peak of popularity. Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images The Constitutional Council of France formally …
Joe and Susan, a wealthy couple here in the United States, next year will likely experience a greater tax bite. The exact amount and rate they’ll pay is still being decided. But no matter what happens to that sweet pair, it’ll be …
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MOSCOW, December 30 (RAPSI) - France’s Constitutional Council approved a plan by the country’s government to tax salaries in excess of EUR 1 million by 75 percent for 2013 and 2014, Reuters reported Sunday. …
France's highest court on Saturday blocked a move by Francois Hollande's socialist government to impose a 75pc tax rate on people earning over €1m (£820,000), calling it unfair. The constitutional court said the …
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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 …
François Hollande’s promise of a 75 percent income tax rate on millionaires was a winner on the campaign trail, with polls showing that six in 10 voters supported it. But now that Hollande is president of France, the plan …
A "millionaire's tax" which imposes a top tax rate of 75% has been ruled legal in France. The tax was a pre-election pledge by socialist president Francois Hollande, who swore the rich would help pull France out of its …
The controversial tax changes have driven a number of high-profile millionaires out of the country, including …
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