Is your name Bill Gates? How about Carlos Slim? Warren Buffett? If so, sorry about the misleading headline.
As for the rest of us, here’s a depressing look at what the ten richest CEOs have saved up in their retirement accounts. You don’t have to be a member of Occupy Wall Street (Is that still a thing?) to be disgusted by how much cash these guys have saved up. And I say that out of pure jealousy, not some left-wing desire for income equality.
According to Quora.com, the average American will make about $1.8 million in their lifetime. That means that even the lowest ranking CEO on the list will receive more money in four months of retirement than most people will make in their entire lives. And that’s not all.
The 100 largest CEO retirement funds are worth a combined $4.9 billion. That’s equal to the entire retirement account savings of 41 percent of American families!
For more depressing facts like that one, visit ForEffectiveGov.org. It’s sure to make you regret your liberal arts degree even more than you already do.