About 25% of Americans who live in other countries have at least once thought about giving up US citizenship due to high taxes.
Emigrants are unhappy that they have to report income and pay taxes in two countries. The corresponding study was conducted by analysts from Greenback Expat Tax Services, interviewing 3,200 respondents living in 121 countries.
Study participants reported that they were seriously considering or planning to renounce US citizenship. In addition, more than 80% of them believe that they should not pay US taxes while living in another country.
U.S. debts for housing and communal services continue to accumulate. The Americans must pay about $23 billion.