Several hundred protesters staged a "Millionaires March" to the homes of wealthy New Yorkers on the Upper East Side, chanting "hey mister millionaire, time to pay your fair share!"
A protest organizer said the tour is intended to "highlight the economic injustice of giving the wealthiest 1 percent a $5 billion tax windfall on Dec. 31 when the millionaire's income tax expires."
The state's highest income tax rate expires at the end of the year.
"I'm out here because we're tired of a tiny number of Americans stealing off of us and not giving us our due," said Donald Suggs.
The march ended at 93rd Street and Park Avenue, where JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon lives.