On his road to becoming a billionaire, Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin took advantage of some of the best opportunities the United States has to offer: a Harvard education, access to wealthy investors, and a justice system that makes investments possible. But as soon as it became clear last year that Saverin would owe the United States government hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes after the company he co-founded went public, Saverin began taking steps to renounce his United States citizenship.
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