Do in which countries the rich pay more taxes income? And in what should pay more people who have an average income? For decades, the tribute to earnings has been a topic in many parts of the world. In France, for example, the electoral promise of President Francois Hollande introduce a 75% tax to those who earned more than $1.14 million met with -obviously - the opposition of the rich. Hollande never managed to impose this measure, which was declared unconstitutional by the courts in 2012, although it modified in such a way that they were employers who would have to pay for it. To put this information into context, the Paris Saint Germain football club have to pay close to $40 million to the Government for the duration of the contract with the player Zlatan Ibrahimovic, ending in 2016, and who perceived a net salary of $15 million a year. In the United Kingdom, the Beatles created in 1966 the protest song "Taxman" in reference to the tax known as "supertax" (95%), introduced by the Labour Government of Harold Wilson, and affected the income of the band. Higher taxes in United Kingdom today are less than half of this percentage, but are still a controversial subject.
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