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The Depardieu Revolution

Frank130 Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 10:16 AM
Some of the wealthiest Americans have already started to expatriate, as thousands of names of millionaires have already been dropped from the IRS tax roles... and not because they have died from old age! Look at some of the best known financial advisors, they have either already moved abroad or own homes abroad and are prepared to quickly leave the USA for good if things suddenly collapse. Many, many financial advisors now offer advice on how & where to expatriate before the USA collapses.
When Socialist President Francois Hollande took office, he swiftly made good on his pledge to raise the top tax rate on Frenchmen who earn a million euros a year -- to 75 percent.

The regime would now confiscate three of four dollars that the most successful Frenchmen earned. Paris also imposes a wealth tax on assets worth more than $1.7 million.

This broke it for Gerard Depardieu, the famed actor and bon vivant who has performed in scores of films in such roles as Jean Valjean in "Les Miserables" and Cyrano de Bergerac.

Depardieu put his Paris mansion up for sale,...