PARIS, Dec. 29 -- French Constitutional Council on Sunday approved the controversial tax on earnings over 1 million euros (1.375 million U.S. dollars) which aimed at helping to reduce the budget gap. After rejecting the …
They raised the top tax rate to 50 percent, and two-thirds of the millionaires disappeared in the next tax year. Same things are happening in France, people are leaving where the top tax rate is 75 percent. Same thing …
France's plan for a 'supertax' on the richest citizens has hit a nerve on both sides of the Atlantic. Should the US follow suit? The Guardian back to top
With the Great June Socialist Revolution spilling over into July, here are some details as they become available from France: FRANCE TO HAVE NEW TAX RATE OF 45% FOR WEALTHY FRANCE TO TAX INCOME OF …
http://bit.ly/2b5yeAY Because a large part of French millionaires don't care that much about France. They consistently refuse to pay their fair part of taxes, either by finding loopholes or exiting te country. They will …
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French millionaires fled the country in droves in 2016 in an attempt to escape taxes and terror, a new study shows. The International Business Times reports: Rising tensions in France, especially in Paris following a …
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France’s proposed 75% tax on millionaires affects only a few thousand people, at most. But already the 2013 budget is proving controversial, with some critics saying the new policy will drive talent out of France. The …
Plus subsidies and penalties are most salient when they, or their preparers, fill out their 1040s. Millionaires in France can breathe a little easier: A tax is dropped. The government of Francoise Hollande would have …
(Yahoo!Sports) France’s Constitutional Council on Saturday rejected a 75 percent upper income tax rate to be introduced in 2013 in a setback to Socialist President Francois Hollande’s push to make the rich contribute …