The distance between top and…

The distance between top and bottom incomes in the United States is much greater than it was 50 years ago. A few people > end up with a great deal—I’ve been disproportionately rewarded for the work I’ve done—while many others who work
as hard struggle to get by.

I’m for a tax system in which, if you have more money, you pay a higher percentage in taxes. I think the rich should pay
more than they currently do. Specifically, […] there should be a higher capital gains tax (a tax on money made on
investments), which would disproportionately affect the wealthy.

None of the richest people in the world have made their fortunes solely through a salaried job, […] the government “should > shift more of the tax burden onto capital” rather than labor. I don’t see any reason to favor wealth over work the way we do > today,” he wrote. It’s “the clearest evidence I’ve seen that the system isn’t fair,” he said.

If someone is only going to be paid by the hour…they’re always going to fall behind. And income distribution is … [the]
disparity is going to get wider and wider.

We as entrepreneurs have got to make a point to give stock to everybody that works for us. Period. End of story.

A dynastic system where you can pass vast wealth along to your children is not good for anyone; the next generation
doesn’t end up with the same incentive to work hard and contribute to the economy.

Most wouldn’t mind being told to pay more in taxes as well, particularly when so many of their fellow citizens are truly

Jezu, co to za bzdury!!! Wysokie progresywne podatki? Wysokie podatki kapitałowe? Opodatkowanie SPADKÓW? Ci komuchy chyba nigdy nie odpuszczą!!! Niech się wezmą za robotę, a nie myślą jak okraść innych.

A nie, czekaj. To słowa Billa Gatesa i Warrena Buffeta, jednych z najbogatszych ludzi na świecie. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)


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