The Number of Taxable Billionaires
According to a related press release, as of March 18th to August 5th, the number of taxable billionaires was 467 (0.001% of all Americans), and their wealth accumulated was $733 billion (approximately 866 trillion won). To reach As the application period is set until January 1 of next year, the size of the bill can be increased if the bill is passed. The taxes collected will be used to reimburse all Americans for medical expenses they will spend over the next year.
If the bill passes, the tax targets are expected to be chiefs of information technology (IT) and large grocery chain companies that have mainly benefited from the Corona 19 outbreak. Many Americans have seen a significant increase in the amount of online purchases at home due to restrictions on going out due to the COVID-19 outbreak. As a result, Amazon and Wal-Mart benefited, CNBC explained.
Based on the wealth accumulated from March 18 to August 5, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Tesla CEO Elon Musk were worth $42.8 billion (about 5.7 trillion won) and $27.5 billion (about 32 trillion won). 100 million won) was counted. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg estimated the tax amount to be $22.8 billion (about 27 trillion won). Walton’s family owned a majority of Wal-Mart’s shares is $12.9 billion (about 15.33 trillion won).
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The number of taxable billionaires was 467 (0.001% of all Americans), and their wealth accumulated was $733 billion (approximately 866 trillion won).