As Cyprus shows, sunny climes don't mean safe banks
To the layman, it might appear that the sunnier the clime, the lower the tax rate, which certainly has its appeal.
The recent announcement by the Cypriot government regarding the levy on savings accounts has caused a bit of a stir, to say the least, even though it's now been defeated.
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