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Do you ever wonder what kind of conversations goes on at the dinner table for some of the richest families? I do! One of the main differences between a rich person and a wealthy person is that a wealthy person has sustainable wealth that can last for years and generations, through investments that typically produce multiple income streams for them. The wealthy people know how to make money whereas rich people only have money.

Here’s a short list of wealthy folks. Some may be new to you and others may ring a bell.

Jeff Bezos – Net Worth: $116.9 billion – Founder: Amazon.
Bill Gates – Net Worth: $99.9 billion – Co-Founder: Microsoft.
The Bernard Arnault Family – Owner of LVMH. Net Worth: $91.6 billion.
Warren Buffett – Net Worth – $70.5 billion.
Larry Ellison – Chief Technology Office and Founder of Oracle.

Here’s some more wealthy families:

Boehringer, Von Baumbach Families – Boehringer Ingelheim estimated wealth: $51.9 billion. They’re a German pharmaceutical company with more than 130 years of history.

Mukesh and Anil Ambani – Reliance Industries estimated net worth: $50.4 billion. They oversee the company’s refining, petrochemicals, oil, gas, and textiles; the brother Anil manages telecommunications, asset management, entertainment, and power generation. Anil’s elder son, Anmol, runs Reliance Capital.

Cargill, MacMillan Families – Cargill estimated net worth: $42.9 billion. This sixth-generation family members began in Iowa more than 150 years ago with operations spanning industrial, agriculture and food products and services, and this company is now based in Minneapolis.

For a full list of wealth, check this out.

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