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Posted by billy_vam on Май 20 2012 00:33:11
U.S. senators have launched an initiative to expel from the U.S. to one of the founders of Facebook, who gave up his U.S. citizenship in order to save tax revenues that are expected after the initial offering of shares that the social network begins today.
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U.S. senators have launched an initiative to expel from the U.S. to one of the founders of Facebook, who gave up his U.S. citizenship in order to save tax revenues that are expected after the initial offering of shares that the social network begins today. Senators Chuck Schumer and Bob Casey are mad of Eduardo Seyvarin and wish he cannot enter into the United States, said Gizmodo. Relinquishment of U.S. citizenship is increasingly common practice among rich people who want to save taxes. Citizens of the United States are required to pay taxes at home, whether live or work there or somewhere else in the world. All their income is taxable, wherever they are received. Angry senators prepare a special law known as the "Former Patriots", which will be aimed primarily at Seyvarin and other wise guys like him, which will save millions of dollars, giving up citizenship. Co-founder of Facebook will save an impressive amount of $ 100 million through tax trick with his American passport. Generally, the money had to be made in the accounts of local tax office and thus be factored into the budget of the United States. That would not happen. bill of Senators Schumer and Casey would prohibit tax refugees to enter the U.S. if they leave the country for any reason. The new home of Seyvarin where he will not pay any taxes on income from shares in Facebook, is Singapore , and if the law came into force he could not visit her.