States Crack Down on Top Earners Who Flee as Levies RiseBloomberg
Mar. 14, 2013
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Someone charge these criminals for making terroristic threats! - ChrisWith professional golfers and hedge fund managers talking about moving to lower-tax enclaves, states are stepping up audits on top earners who flee.
Several states including California and Maryland raised taxes on high earners last year, and Congress boosted federal levies on them. Families who look to change their domicile to a state with no income taxes such as Florida or Nevada open themselves up to years of scrutiny and possible litigation as local governments search for revenue.