No surprise. The wealthy can afford those to help keep their coin, and every time government tries to screw the wealthy, they screw those they claim to want to help by limiting employment opportunities, and making it tougher to rise up the ladder.
Millionaires across the world are now richer than they were before the financial crisis, the latest sign that the wealthy have weathered the downturn far better than other groups.
The report also found that 83 per cent of the world’s global millionaires were over 45 years old and 73 per cent were male. (Zimmer Note: I guess we need a government program to correct this injustice.)
The report, one of the most comprehensive annual pieces of research into the world’s wealthiest individuals, indicates that millionaires in European countries with high levels of debt and sluggish economic growth are struggling to keep pace with their Asian peers.
Millionaires shrug off the downturn - FT.com