Facebook's Eduardo Saverin Saves $67 Million in Tax by Leaving US


Is the rich world aware of how four billion of the six billion live? If we were aware, we would want to help out, we'd want to get involved.” – Bill Gates.

Eduardo Saverin may no longer be a US citizen. But that's not stopping him from investing in American companies. In fact, he just closed a deal. He's backing Crowdmob, a startup that's blending app promotion with discounts from local merchants.

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The growing number of wealthy Americans giving up their U.S. citizenship to avoid taxes have been given a public face by the case of Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, a Brazilian-born Singapore resident who gave up

The growing number of wealthy Americans giving up their U.S. citizenship to avoid taxes have been given a public face by the case of Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, a Brazilian-born Singapore resident who gave up

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