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I Have No Use of Money, Says Gates

Bill Gates is, without a suspicion, an awfully affluent man. The co-founder and Chairman of Microsoft, Gates is the richest man in the US at this time and the second richest man around the globe, with an estimated net worth of $63.4 billion. Though, in a new interview Gates says that all that money doesn't signify a lot to him on a individual level.

Gates says that “I am surely well taken care of in regarding of food and clothes. Money has no efficacy to me further than a certain point. Its value is totally in building an organization and receiving the resources out to the poorest in the world.

That organization is the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which has made use of its resources to facilitate fund efforts to stop fatal diseases in third world countries along with hard work to improve education in the US. So far, the group has prearranged out a monstrous $28 billion. Gates says that 95 percent of his wealth will go headed for the foundation and that the money will all be used up within 20 years of his and his wife' death.

Gates says there is no definite religious reason for wanting to aid others with his vast wealth, saying, "It’s about human self-esteem and equal opportunity. The golden rule is that all lives have alike value and we ought to care for people as we would like to be cared for."

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