“I don’t want to be this rich”
Marilyn Engelhorn to me He is 29 years old He is the heir to a million-dollar fortune estimated at 4 billion euros, but he chose to give up 90% of his assets. the reason? She says she doesn’t want to be “rich”. The story of the German-speaking student A Vienna He went around the world.
Marilyn Scion One of the founders of BASFone of the largest chemical companies in the world, which recorded sales volume in excess of 2021 78 thousand million euros. Founded in 1865, BASF has patented some historic inventions such as the dye of indigo (one of the first dyes made on an industrial scale) and the technology needed to function magnetic tapes (cassettes and video tapes). According to Forbes magazine, his grandmother ranks 687th in the ranking of the richest people in the world.
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“I didn’t do anything to deserve them.”
The young woman says to You don’t need all that money And he does not see it right to receive them without doing anything to deserve them: “This is not a question of will, but of rightness. I did nothing to receive this inheritance. This is just luck in the birth lottery and pure chance, ”he explains in one of the interviews with German newspapers “I should not be my decision what to do with my family money, for which I did not work.” For a young woman, excessive wealth leads to stress, problems and misunderstandings: “ I don’t know what to do with it and I can’t be happy.”
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Marilyn confesses Be a special girlBut this does not prevent her from expressing her thoughts against social inequality and striving to turn things around. The ideas that led her to found the movement AG Steuersrechtigkeit, known worldwide as “taxesConsists of heirs of great fortunes who demand a Increase taxes on large real estate. “Being someone who has enjoyed the benefits of wealth all his life and I know how distorted our economy is. I can’t just sit around waiting for someone, somewhere, to do something,” Marilyn told the BBC.
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