A Legacy of Billionaires – What Will Become of their Money?

 

Such an uncommon occurrence to have more than a handful of Billionaires die within one year let alone 26 of them. The most influential people, are the ones who leave behind incredible legacies, will live on in the hearts of the people they touch.

By Susan Price, Gold Star Mother & Analyst
[first published on http://americaoutloud.com]

The world is a stage and during the year of 2017 to 2018, there has been a rare epidemic, a revolution of transfer of power from one family dynasty to another among the wealthy money moguls. The world is changing, there is a new order being established by the universe and on a personal level. They ramifications of the political, military, corporate, financial, and other clandestine arrangements are now coming to pass. Many of these millionaires and billionaires are deeply connected to the global networks.

The only thing you take with you when you’re gone is what you leave behind. ~ John Allston

One thing is for sure in this life time, death and taxes! These billionaires have left fortunes to their legacies to last many lifetimes. Many of these inventors and creators have simply outlived their years during this earthy path and have entrusted their families businesses to their children and children’s children.

Such an uncommon occurrence to have more than a handful of Billionaires die within one year let alone 26 of them. Most of them died a natural death, one or two died suddenly and a couple died of homicides.

The most influential people, are the ones who leave behind incredible legacies, will live on in the hearts of the people they touch. Physically, they will no longer be a part of society yet their principles, philosophies and achievements will become immortal, spreading from generation to generation.

With a combined net worth of $120.4 billion–who died in the past year. The list, here, includes the world’s former wealthiest woman, L’Oréal heir Liliane Bettencourt, and 2017’s oldest billionaire, David Rockefeller, a major philanthropist and the former chief of Chase National Bank. He was 101 when he died.

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About the Author

Susan Price, Gold Star Mother
Patriot, Investigative Researcher,
National Voice,Veteran Advocate, Advocate for Justice

Susan is a National Gold Star Mother and resides in the Suburban Western New York area. The daughter of a Marine, and Army Veteran, She is also the Mother of a Fallen American Hero, Gunnery Sgt, Aaron Michael Kenefick a highly decorated and stellar Marine of over twelve years.

Susan is also known as a Veterans Advocate and a National voice. She has appeared on 60 Minutes, and other national media as well as and Patriot radio. Having worked with various Congressmen concerning our Military and Veterans, she has been sought out by many as the “the Gold Star Mother with a voice” – and “go to person”. Email her directly at: SusanPrice@AmericaOutLoud.com

 

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