Jersey's richest residents could see their tax bills go up if an island politician gets his way.
Deputy Geoff Southern is calling on so-called High Value Residents to pay a greater proportion of their earnings to the Treasury coffers.
There's a current ceiling of £125,000 in the tax-take for HVRs.
Deputy Southern's proposition would see that rise to £150,000.
Politicians will formally debate Deputy Southern's proposition which, if successful, will apply to tax assessments starting 2017.