Joe Rogan flees Los Angeles for ‘more freedom’ in Texas – RT USA News

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    Le comédien Joe Rogan, animateur du podcast très populaire «The Joe Rogan Experience», a confirmé son projet de déménager bientôt de Los Angeles au Texas pour échapper au trafic écrasant, à l'itinérance croissante et à la surpopulation.

Le non-dit était le fait qu'il prévoit également d'économiser des millions de dollars d'impôts. «Je veux juste aller quelque part au centre du pays, dans un endroit où il est plus facile de voyager aux deux endroits et dans un endroit où vous avez un peu plus de liberté» Rogan a déclaré vendredi sur son émission, qui se classe n ° 2 aux États-Unis sur Apple Podcasts. Aussi sur rt.com Le magazine Men's Health dit à Joe Rogan de se taire et d'être joli

He added that Los Angeles was plagued by traffic jams and other overcrowding issues, making it impossible to operate efficiently: “I don’t think it’s manageable. Every mayor does a s – job of doing it because I don’t think anyone can do a great job.

However, radio talk show host Chris Plante pointed out another main reason Rogan would want to move to Texas: money. California has some of the highest taxes in the country, including a top tax rate of 13.3% on income over $ 1 million. Texas has no income tax.

Rogan landed a $ 100 million license deal in May with Spotify, which will begin airing its show exclusively on September 1. The program will no longer be offered on Apple podcasts or published on YouTube. His tax savings on the Spotify contract alone could exceed $ 10 million.

Rogan currently has over 8 million subscribers on YouTube and his podcast is downloaded approximately 190 million times per month. He also does comedy shows.


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Rogan said he had not decided where he would live in Texas. His residence and business will be relocated to the state. He will join a massive exodus from the state. More than 86,000 Californians moved to Texas in 2018 alone, the latest year for which data is available, according to a report by the Texas Realtors business group.

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