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RERL-1734-The Rich Are Looking To Leave California – Where Are They Going And Why?

Political unrest, increasing taxes and poor use of that money. These are just a few probable reasons why the rich are leaving California. As times get more challenging, California is quickly becoming an interesting state to watch as residents and residential income experiences a major shift. Join Joe Cucchiara and Jack Russo in this discussion on why more people are choosing to leave California and where they are going.

  • Increasing business and homeowner taxes
  • Bay Area housing market going berzerk
  • Are small things making the biggest differences?
  • Poverty, crime & medical services
  • Moving to a US territory like Puerto Rico
  • Giving up US citizenship and paying an exit tax
  • Moving to a lower tax state that is close to California

California is not the only state having these problems. Check out this NY Times article on the millionaires tax in New Jersey.

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