Amoils told CNBC that millionaires are fleeing France because of elevated taxes on the wealthy and growing religious tensions. “At least in China, the millionaires who are leaving are being replaced by an ever larger number of new …
Pitching a so-called "mansion tax" for New York City ... will sway the state. If the tax were to pass, Turetsky predicted, it could "even the playing field" for New York homeowners. Currently, he said, many millionaires avoid paying a …
It saw net inflows of about 46 000 dollar millionaires. The international nature of the city and its low tax structure remain Singapore’s ... the US and Australia. Surprisingly, France saw the third largest outflow. Many French HNWI moved to …
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 – 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 than 1 million euros ($1.38 million) a year. The measure, …
The French government has caught the ire of local entrepreneurs with the legalization of a "millionaire tax" on companies that pay salaries of more than 1 million euros ($1.37 million). Employers will have to pay a 50 percent tax on the …
Almost two years ago now, there was a big hullabaloo because France proposed a 75% tax on millionaires. Some folks were really upset that millionaires were going to have to pay 75% of what they earned in a year for taxes. WRONG. …
The Constitutional Council, the highest court in France, has approved a 75 percent income tax rate – the so-called “millionaire’s tax” -- proposed by the Socialist government of President Francois Hollande as one of its fundamental …
PARIS (Reuters) - 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 than 1 million euros (837 thousand pounds) a …