wealthy person

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On the other end, a wealthy person with generous wage income, investment earnings and Medicare coverage may feel like being hit by a triple whammy.
There is something wrong with this picture and it isn't all because of the bizarre spending choices of one very wealthy person.
In any other country in the region, a wealthy person would be able to send the team and all of its staff there on a private plane, put them up in a hotel, and bring them back.
The wealthy person became notable and nothing has to be given to the poor.
I am fortunate, my financial situation means I can retire early, not as a wealthy person, but with some degree of self-respect and sanity--which is especially important after what has happened to the 'profession' over the past decade.
A very wealthy person might laugh off the "two teeth" requirement, but be willing to part with significantly more to avoid any chance of his own death.
Because of inflation, BILLIONAIRE is more frequently coming to mean a very wealthy person.
All you have to do is read the book and you will be armed with just the right information to become the happy, successful, wealthy person that you desire.
Khalid explained that they provide civilians with licenses in particular circumstances, such as if the person is a company owner or a well-known and wealthy person.
It is really difficult for me to say what is a wealthy person and what is not a wealthy person" - Roman Abramovich, billionaire owner of Chelsea Football Club.
Without a smile on his face, he replied: "It's really difficult for me to say what is a wealthy person and what is not a wealthy person.
When Timberlake's character, Will, is given a windfall of "time" from a wealthy person, he finds himself fighting against social boundaries and injustice in a city where inhabitants are segregated by time zones according to their level of wealth.
The letters - printed on plain paper - claim that the recipient is the namesake of a wealthy person who has just died in a car crash.
While I'm sure they are just trying to do their jobs of offering new investment options to the wealthy, I'm unimpressed at their expectations that a wealthy person in the Middle East would (or should) behave like a wealthy individual anywhere else in the world.
If you are a single wealthy person or small institutional investor you would have to diversify across at least five or six funds minimum to spread your exposure to the different investment approaches," she says - but poor diligence can leave an investor exposed to the same risk multiple times.