The wealthy will try and manipulate laws so that they won’t be taxed as much. Viewing this argument through Olsson’s article, give the reader a hint on how Wal-Mart deals with them being taxed. They find way to manipulate their employees in working extra time without paying them for those extra hours. This way if they don’t pay their employees those extra hours they won’t be taxed for it and even gain a profit as well. In the end the lower class will loss and not have a fighting chance against powerful retail company like
According to Will Rogers, (1879), which says “Too many people spend money they haven't earned, to buy things they don't want, to impress people that they don't like.” (Will Rogers). This means, that there are a lot of people who are using money but that they are not obtain it. Those humans are cheating on other people in order to form relationship with them and have new friends. This money they do not deserve it, they earn it to show other people that they are own the best things, and they are more special than other people. In addition, people are buying many things that they don’t need to use them.
Some famous celebrities who are getting less projects and their fans are ignoring them have become depressed and suicidal. This is because they think that money and fame are the most important things in life. But the truth is, any career that is taken with passion can be a great source of your finances if you know how to save your
Moreover, for a while, people have presumed that individuals who are wealthy live a content life not having to worry or stress over a single hair in the world. However, that is far from reality as the majority of wealthy people now and days are depressed and some going as far as committing suicide. Unfortunately, countless of people believe that wealth can buy one 's happiness but that is false. It can elevate an individual mood for a limited period of time but it cannot change how one is. In fact, in Taylor article,“ Understanding Money and the Meaning of Life” Taylor learns from Needleman that wealth cannot change one 's internal makeup, “ Money truly can not buy happiness, especially if you’re unhappy, to begin with.
Fallen Between the Money Stacks At what cost should someone achieve the status of rich and luxurious? Should they have to abandon their friend, family or their dreams? Money is the focal point of life, it always has been, and it will always be the focal point of life. People think that having money will make them look better and more appealing, but in reality it is repelling. People who treat others lowly based on their income are not people who are focused on what really matters in life.
There are cases, they are few but there are cases in which there are rich families that do not care about the social status, they do not like to be recognized for the amount of money they have but for how they are. Money doesn 't makes you happy, money just gives you material stuff but not happiness. You should feel proud of who you are no matter
Why, you may ask? Well, for the first part, when one gets a hold of a plethora of money, then they leave all of their friends behind, believing that they are better than them. Then, however, the “friends” that they may think that they have formed after gaining the money, are fake, and only want to be their friends because of their money, or would never talk to the person with the newly acquired money in the first place. Overall, money brings you a lot of misfortune in life, so much so that you may want to end your life completely. Another example is from an article from www.cnn.com titled “Winning the Lottery: Does it Guarantee Happiness?” It describes a woman who won her state lottery with a winning of five million dollars.
Another problem that humans have in regards to spending their money is that they choose to spend it on accessories for their own bodies instead of giving that money over to some organization in the world. In doing the latter, less people would go hungry worldwide, Singer believes. He then points to the topic of utilitarianism whereby humans strive to achieve the highest level of happiness in relation to misery when performing everyday actions. He then talks about how people could wear themselves out from overworking in order to satisfy the needs of others; this brings the point back to his
In my opinion, eliminating cash from the market will have a negative impact to the future as it is impossible to trust on technologies 100 percent, the systems might broke down and it is impossible to guarantee insurmountable database protection from unauthorized hackers. Even both article’s authors agree that the mainly reason why payments using electronic money are not prevalent in most countries is that people still have trust issues about their data security. Also installing card machines into the business is very expensive as it is needed to set up all computers, card readers and telecommunications networks that are necessary for successful payment system. As the result, even though it is much easier to pay by card for customers, all the additional costs that were required to set up the system will lead to the rise of products and services
Research conducted by Psychologist, Edward Diener, has proved that, “once your basic needs are met, extra money does little to increase happiness” (Wallis). Yes, with wealth you can live lavishly and buy luxurious vacations, but what do that will not make you happy unless you have people you care about to share that moment