Well, for Depardieu, it comes down to taxes. Under President Francois Hollande, France has been weighing a proposal for a 70 percent marginal tax rate on millionaires. Russia, on the other hand, offers a flat, 13 percent tax. Now, moving to …
This worked so well for France that Belgium had a real estate boom with the new tax on millionaires was announced. And New Jersey learned that millionaires have a tendency to leave when confronted with higher taxes. But Illinois? …
Who wants to be a millionaire? - According to an estimate by the RBK ... whose income is now 230 times what it was in 2016 and who is currently being …
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, …
However, the former lawmaker also contributed to Project Fear when defending his …
French president Francois Hollande suffered a major political blow over the weekend when his flagship policy to heavily tax the very rich was struck down ... over France's tax-evading budget minister is threatening to engulf Hollande's
Despite that, controversy has continued to rage over the 75% measure. French media has been rife with reports of millionaires fleeing France to take up foreign homes with lower tax structures — an exodus impossible to prove, …
Pierre Moscovici spoke after warnings from the head of France's professional football ... risks taking a knock if clubs don't pay this tax." According to Les Echos, the financial daily, the French government's millionaire's tax will only be …
Millionaires are defined as those with net assets of more than $1 million, working and living in the country including expats. France is also among the top three countries with high exodus because of high taxes – new president …
France’s Constitutional Council has rejected a 75% upper income tax rate to be introduced in 2013 in a setback to Socialist President Francois Hollande’s push to make the rich contribute more to cutting the public deficit. The Council …