Where Did All The British Millionaires Go?

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After the British government raised the tax on millionaires to 50% the millionaires started to disappear.

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In the 2009-10 tax year, more than 16,000 people declared an annual income of more than £1 million to HM Revenue and Customs.

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This number fell to just 6,000 after Gordon Brown introduced the new 50p top rate of income tax shortly before the last general election.

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The figures have been seized upon by the Conservatives to claim that increasing the highest rate of tax actually led to a loss in revenues for the Government.

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It is believed that rich Britons moved abroad or took steps to avoid paying the new levy by reducing their taxable incomes.

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George Osborne, the Chancellor, announced in the Budget earlier this year that the 50p top rate will be reduced to 45p from next April.

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Read the whole thing. After the high tax was implemented revenue to the government dropped. Not that any of the Democrats here in the United States will learn a lesson from the British example.

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