The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is always the cheerleader to raise taxes to support government. They are instructing Germany to raise taxes and also talking about just imposing a 10% tax on all money that deposits in banks throughout Europe. Yes – you read that one correctly. The IMF has told Germany it should raise its property tax, cut social welfare contributions and invest more to reduce income inequality. The IMF has already calculated how much the measure would cost every Eurozone citizen: “The amount of the tax would have to bring the European sovereign debt back to the pre-crisis level. In order to reduce the debt to the level of 2007 (for example in the euro area countries), a tax of about 10 percent is needed for households with a positive asset. “ IMF Proposed a Capital Levy – Tax on Money in Bank Accounts & Raise Property Taxes | Armstrong Economics I can see them ban the large notes, ban using cash for payments above xxxx€ or make existing notes worthless by replacing them at short notice. Look at the new Euro notes coming out, they are forcing you to exchange money and declare where it came from. Desperate times for them, with the potential loss of the UK`s Billions the Euro is screwed.