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Americans give up their passports to avoid tax
Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 8/18/2009 11:24:22 AM

By: Question

"good riddance"???

Who will pay for your welfare checks now?


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 8/17/2009 10:50:06 PM

By: Good riddance

Let them go leach off somebody else's country. Good bye, good luck, good riddance.

BTW, this is not a solicitation for a particular solicitor to free advertise for expatriation business.


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 8/17/2009 3:16:04 PM

By: knightmare3000

I think this question has appeared on this board before. the actual number is really small.


Internal Administrator
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5780


Posted: 8/17/2009 11:42:56 AM

By: US News

"An increasing number of wealthy Americans living abroad are opting to give up their citizenship as offshore account holders are forced to comply with international demands for greater transparency."

http://www.wealth-bulletin.com/wealth-business/client-concerns/content/1054959557/


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 8/18/2009 7:08:57 PM

By: Answer

Not these guys, but they weren't carrying their fair share anyhow.


 

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