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Quelle bonne idée !
...an interesting change to get it through the constitutional court. Are there any estimates how much tax they are expecting to pull in over the two year peroiod?
according to the FT
can't see PSG wanting to pick up the extree
Henrik is trying to get him to come, but tbh, Paris or Glasgow? Much as I love Scotland.......
Zlatan in Glasgow would be highly amusing! :)
is this the highest?
Other countries with high income tax:
Belgium - 55%
Canada - 54.75%
Denmark - 51.7%
Israel - 52%
Luxembourg - 52.45%
Netherlands - 52%
Portugal - 54%
Spain - 52%
Sweden - 57%
US - 55.9%
France: 1,000,000 euros (= £836,600)
Sweden: 574,300 kroner (= £54,000)
it's annoying me that that list isn't in order from highest to lowest
Aruba should be top in that^ list either way, as I've just found out that they charge 58.95%
A BBC News story linking to an external site in the main body text of the story? In the first line of the first paragraph? Without any warning that the BBC is not responsible for the content of third party sites? Where will it end?
A lot of lawyers will get very rich, though.
Not sure how this would work in practice but if the tax is on the employer then they'll either factor that into whatever salaries they offer or redomicile as much as they can to get around it.