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RERL-1730- The Future of California Real Estate – Part 2 (Leaving For Other Countries)

Is it time for the government to force people to change the way they live? The livability of a place is directly related to whether or not they can stay. With more people opting to work from home, it is completely possible to hold a Silicon Valley job and leave the traffic and high living costs behind if you do a little planning beforehand – and many of us are. Even with all these big changes taking place, California continues to pile on more taxes and quotas we are struggling to meet. Is California unique enough to withstand a major exodus of citizens and corporations? Listen in as Joe Cucchiara and Jack Russo discuss the three options distressed Californians face:

  • Exiting the US while remaining a US citizen
  • Fully exiting and paying exit taxes
  • Leave for a US territory and not pay federal taxes for 15 years

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