Americans are setting new records in renouncing their own citizenships as a new report indicates that a total of 509 Americans renounced their citizenship in the second quarter of the year, according to information published by the IRS, putting the country on track to lose at least the second highest number of citizens on record.

Excerpt From Washington Examiner:
That brings the total number of expatriates for the year to 1,667, according to data published on Friday, just below the 1,795 who renounced during the same period in 2015, the highest on record. Yet because the number of expatriates tends to increase toward the end of the year, 2016 could still set another record for the number of Americans it sends packing.