Mick Jagger Bill Gates May Not Leave Massive Inheritance
What do rock star Mick Jagger, billionaire Bill Gates and actress Drew Barrymore have in common with you and me? They won’t be leaving us a large inheritance. What’s weirder, that may hold true for their CHILDREN.
With the Powerball Jackpot soaring, as well as prices at the pump and the supermarket, making ends meet with more money may be on the minds of many. Finding side-hustle jobs, to make more money is becoming normal.
Gates, Mick, Drew Net Worth
Well we can’t prove is this data is accurate, let’s take a look the net worth of these well known people.
Bill Gates Net Worth-
As of September 2023, Gates has an estimated net worth of US$123 billion, making him the fourth-richest person in the world according to Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Mick Jagger Net Worth, according to coopwb.com:
Mick Jagger, the legendary frontman of The Rolling Stones, boasts a net worth of $500 million as of 2023. This places him among the world’s richest rockstars, neck to neck with his bandmate and close friend, Keith Richards, whose wealth is also estimated at $500 million.
Drew Barrymore Net Worth-
Drew’s net worth is reportedly $125,000,000 according to Celebritynetworth.com
So, WITH ALL of this money, you can’t take it with you when you die. But that doesn’t mean you’re getting a piece of the pie, if you a child of these stars.
Mick Jagger: Can’t Always Get What You Want
Mick recently told the Wall Street Journal:
The rocker added that his “children don’t need $500 million to live well” and suggested may donate his fortune to charity some day.” Mick’s SEVEN kids may want to rethink fathers day.
Bill Gates: “Leaving A Fortune Is Not A Favor”
In 2016 Linked In article, Bill said he’s not leaving his billion dollar fortune to his kids:
It’s not a favor to kids to have them have huge sums of wealth,” he said. “It distorts anything they might do, creating their own path.
Bill says he WILL leave them $10,000,000 each. That will teach ’em.
Fox News says that Drew doesn’t give her kids Christmas presents, and they don’t like it:
“I always take them on a trip every Christmas. I don’t get them presents, which I think at their ages they don’t love, but I say, ‘I think we’ll remember the place.”
While this story doesn’t say anything about inheritance, it does share, along with my article, a Drew Barrymore, Mick Jagger and Bill Gates philosophy on how they deal with wealth, and their kids. Do you agree?