Fewer Americans Renounce Citizenship

"For the first time in five years, the number of Americans renouncing their citizenship decreased in 2017, government records show.

Renunciations for the year fell 5.1 percent, to 5,133 — after a four-year climb to a record 5,411 in 2016, according to the IRS.

But the real story lies in the fourth quarter, when the number of renunciations tumbled 71 percent from the same period in 2016."

https://nypost.com/2018/02/09/...citizenship-in-2017/

Tax cuts may be a partial reason. However, ridding ourselves of Obama and not electing Hillary had a lot to do with it.  One hopes those still fleeing are Democrats.

TRUTH -- THE NEW HATE SPEECH!

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The Rodent is always begging for something, now it's proof for
something taken from the media.
 
I've never seen anything from her disproving whatever she needs
proof of, should be easy to do,,,if doable
Come back when you can disprove it before you ask for proof.
Br’er Rabbit posted:

So, in other words, you have zero facts to back your claims and now you're just gonna give remarks as to 'trends'. Thanks for proving my point. Making outlandish claims with no facts, the Republican way.

I presented the facts. The fact that the critter can't discern that means that I will no longer spent time explaining such to him.  Now, blocked.

A few million in the Clinton's coffers will make your dreams come true. All except for hilliary's!

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Denise Rich gives up U.S. citizenship, will save millions in U.S. taxes, report says

Denise Rich, songwriter, socialite and the former wife of a pardoned billionaire, has given up her U.S. citizenship, and will reportedly thus save millions in U.S. taxes as well.

Rich appeared under her maiden name, Denise Eisenberg, in a quarterly listing of Americans who renounced their U.S. citizenship, Reuters reports. 

Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin made headlines when gave up his U.S. passport and became a citizen of Singapore, just before the social networks's May I.P.O.

Rich wrote songs for Aretha Franklin and Jessica Simpson, but she's best known as the ex-wife of Marc Rich, who fled the country in 1983 after being indicted for tax evasion, racketeering and trading oil with Iran. 

President Clinton pardoned Rich, a big Democratic donor, on his last day in office in 2001. 

A House of Representatives committee concluded that Denise Rich helped bring about her ex-husband's pardon through donations to the Clinton library and campaign.

The Riches had divorced in 1996.

antimaim posted:

A few million in the Clinton's coffers will make your dreams come true. All except for hilliary's!

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Denise Rich gives up U.S. citizenship, will save millions in U.S. taxes, report says

Denise Rich, songwriter, socialite and the former wife of a pardoned billionaire, has given up her U.S. citizenship, and will reportedly thus save millions in U.S. taxes as well.

Rich appeared under her maiden name, Denise Eisenberg, in a quarterly listing of Americans who renounced their U.S. citizenship, Reuters reports. 

Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin made headlines when gave up his U.S. passport and became a citizen of Singapore, just before the social networks's May I.P.O.

Rich wrote songs for Aretha Franklin and Jessica Simpson, but she's best known as the ex-wife of Marc Rich, who fled the country in 1983 after being indicted for tax evasion, racketeering and trading oil with Iran. 

President Clinton pardoned Rich, a big Democratic donor, on his last day in office in 2001. 

A House of Representatives committee concluded that Denise Rich helped bring about her ex-husband's pardon through donations to the Clinton library and campaign.

The Riches had divorced in 1996.

marc couldn't come back to the US because there were other charges pending.

direstraits posted:
antimaim posted:

A few million in the Clinton's coffers will make your dreams come true. All except for hilliary's!

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Denise Rich gives up U.S. citizenship, will save millions in U.S. taxes, report says

Denise Rich, songwriter, socialite and the former wife of a pardoned billionaire, has given up her U.S. citizenship, and will reportedly thus save millions in U.S. taxes as well.

Rich appeared under her maiden name, Denise Eisenberg, in a quarterly listing of Americans who renounced their U.S. citizenship, Reuters reports. 

Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin made headlines when gave up his U.S. passport and became a citizen of Singapore, just before the social networks's May I.P.O.

Rich wrote songs for Aretha Franklin and Jessica Simpson, but she's best known as the ex-wife of Marc Rich, who fled the country in 1983 after being indicted for tax evasion, racketeering and trading oil with Iran. 

President Clinton pardoned Rich, a big Democratic donor, on his last day in office in 2001. 

A House of Representatives committee concluded that Denise Rich helped bring about her ex-husband's pardon through donations to the Clinton library and campaign.

The Riches had divorced in 1996.

marc couldn't come back to the US because there were other charges pending.

He was facing a sentence of up to 300 years in prison. LOL! But a few mil to bill and hill made it all better.

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