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Tiger admits Cali taxes forced him out. Yay Cali. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2266830/Tiger-Woods-admits-left-California-tax-rates.html
Well Newsweek did say he was the Second Coming so why would we need anyone else.
The more you tax something, the less of it you get to tax. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2266331/Nicolas-Sarkozy-Carla-Bruni-dodge-new-French-tax-hike-moving-London-setting-1billion-fund.html
Wait, Boehner had a strategy before?
I came to this conclusion as well in the early 90s. Turned down a very generous offer from an investment banking boutique too. I miss my friends there but I get there on business enough and many of them I see at audio shows every year anyway.New York is an interesting place but when you do some world travel you quickly see there are many other better cities like London and Berlin.New York gets a lot of hype because of all the newspaper and magazine writers living there...
Yep, I think that is true. However, we might move to a lower tax state like Florida or Georgia.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/anthonynitti/2013/01/21/golfer-phil-mickelson-may-call-it-quits-due-to-climbing-tax-rates/ He's clearly very, very wealthy but it might be interesting to see if he leaves Cali for another state.
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