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Why Bill Gates Says he's paid $10 billion in Taxes But Thinks He Should Pay More

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Why Bill Gates Says he's paid $10 billion in Taxes But Thinks He Should Pay More

Why Bill Gates Says he's paid $10 billion in Taxes But Thinks He Should Pay More

Do the rich pay their fair share in taxes?

Billionaire Bill Gates says he has paid $10 billion in taxes, and he believes that rich guys like himself should pay more.

However, he advocates increasing taxes in two ways that will really target the wealthiest individuals and avoiding methods that really put more stress on the poor.

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