Rich Californians Are Fed Up With The State's Crazy Taxes –– Here's Where They Should Move• Business Insider
As it stands, the richest residents in the state pay up to 51.9 percent of their income in federal and state taxes combined — the highest combined income tax rate in the country, NY Times' Adam Nagourney reports.
That's left some well-heeled residents less than thrilled. We covered the January PGA event where San Diego-based pro golfer Phil Mickelson said he might follow Tiger Woods' lead and leave the state altogether.
Woods now calls Florida home, a state that is quickly becoming the go-to refuge for wealthy Americans looking to preserve their riches.
1 Comments in Response to Rich Californians Are Fed Up With The State's Crazy Taxes –– Here's Where They Should Move
Move? They should unite and change the Government, getting rid of all those taxes.