No. Not because they never have to worry about money. Probably because money is the only thing they have to worry about. Paying ninety percent of their income in taxes takes a load off their shoulders. That's 70 million less they have to deal with. All 24 mattresses in their mansions are already stuffed to the seams. The banks turn them away because they have no more room in their vaults. It's a real pain to continue buying buildings, starting foundations and shuffling funds overseas. Paying it all in taxes makes more time for golf, TV appearances and building the ultimate super-yacht. Let's have some sympathy for billionaires. They forget what it's like to be millionaires, or hundred thousand-aires. That was the time in their careers when taxes mattered. Back then the tax rate was the difference between growing and remaining stagnant, between hiring people and downsizing. If you asked twenty year old Warren Buffet to pay ninety percent of his income in taxes he'd say, "Heck no! I was planning to move to the Hamptons this year." That's why they say, never forget where you come from.