While money may not buy happiness, 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.
And more and more are moving to Australia according to a report by New World Wealth,
The Top Five Countries (Net Inflows)
In 2016, Australia was the number one destination for millionaire migrants, with the United States close behind.
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HUMAN AND CAPITAL FLIGHT
According to the report by New World Wealth, in 2016, a total of 82,000 millionaire migrants left for greener pastures.
Like most people, millionaires don’t like uncertainty – and they have the wherewithal and conviction to get out of places that have ongoing issues.
The Top Five Countries (Net Outflows):