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Topic - Warren Buffet
I know that many will say: “But the choice is not whether wealth should be taxed or given away." Stay with me for a few paragraphs.
He describes the sacrifice that it takes for people to donate to a good cause, saying, “Millions of people who regularly contribute to churches, schools, and other organizations thereby relinquish the use of funds that would otherwise benefit their own families.” Buffet believes that these sacrifices from families of backgrounds with modest incomes outweigh the millions of dollars that he gives away on a regular basis.
He explains that anybody who gives his or her time or money makes an incredible difference in the lives of others.