Billionaire People Facts
Between 2006 and 2018, the 400 wealthiest households in the US saw nearly 7% of the real increase (adjusted for inflation) in America's wealth.
Chuck Feeney, co-founder of the Duty Free Shoppers Group, secretly gave away $9 billion dollars over the years.
The inheritance that the world’s 500 richest people will pass down over the next 20 years is estimated to be about $2.4 trillion.
JK Rowling was the first author to become a billionaire. She joined the club in 2004, but fell off it due to donations she made to different organizations such as the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
More billionaires live in New York City than any other city in the world.
The most common first jobs for billionaires were salesperson, software developer, stock trader and analyst.
4 billion of the world’s poorest people have less wealth than the world’s 8 richest people.
MacKenzie Scott is the world's richest woman, with a net worth of $68 billion.
Billionaires tend to spend around $80 million dollars in a year.
The richest billionaire in the world - Jeff Bezos - makes $2,489 every second.