In their scramble to shield their wealth from higher taxes, America's richest individuals are considering relocating to tax-friendlier states and, in some cases, countries.

In January, international financial advisory firm deVere Group saw a 48% month-on-month increase in the number of high-net-worth individuals—those with $1 million or more in assets—inquiring about permanently relocating outside the United States.

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