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 rejected by a court, rewritten …
The controversial tax changes have driven a number of high-profile millionaires out of the country, including actor …
A controversial French tax to be levied on companies that pay salaries of more than 1 million euros ($1.55 million) a year has been approved. France's constitutional council gave the green light to the temporary but controversial "millionaire
Yet its chief executive, Michel Landel, has no intention of leaving France, and the tax regime for millionaires is not even top of his agenda. "France has a very good level of education, the infrastructure is very good, the cost of energy is very …
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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 …
PARIS – It was supposed to force millionaires to pay tax rates ... And that critic of the tax? He’s now Hollande’s economy minister, trying mightily to undo the damage to France’s image in international business circles. The tax of …
... Council ruled on Saturday that Hollande's brilliant idea to tax millionaires at a 75% tax rate - a move which has since seen numerous millionaires leave France and move to Belgium - is unconstitutional. Per Reuters, the Council ruled …
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, …
France’s budget minister revealed this week, the takings for the much-maligned 75 percent tax rate on millionaires, suggesting the figures show that their objective was achieved. The 75 percent tax on millionaires was one of the …