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posted on 10 April 2017

Infographic Of The Day: Millionaire Migrants

Money may not buy happiness, but it does buy the ultimate flexibility for making financial and lifestyle decisions.

For many of the world’s millionaires, money provides a highly effective means to escape their home country when times get tough. They can pack their bags, and move their family and capital to a location that will provide superior opportunities for prosperity.

According to a new report by New World Wealth, this couldn’t have been truer for 2016, as the amount of millionaire migrants increased by 28% from the previous year.

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Source: http://www.visualcapitalist.com/millionaire-migrants-countries-rich-people-flocking/

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