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13 Reasons Why You Should Become a Billionaire
Having a billion dollars would be pretty cool.
Everyone knows that.
But why exactly?
The mansions, exotic vacations and luxury cars are obvious, but there are TONS of other awesome perks that come with earning ten-figures.
We’ve included 13 reasons why should become a billionaire.
You could afford to live in a sky scrapper.
Well, the “grand tour” at your house warming party would be pretty impressive when everyone realizes that you’re using the word “house” quite loosely and in fact you actually just built yourself a sky scrapper to live in.
Billionaire Indian business magnate Mukesh Ambani and his wife and three kids live in this 27-story home in Mumbai named “Antilia.”
You could turn your home into your own personal art museum.
As a billionaire, you could afford to fill your palatial home or office with works from your favorite artists.
Billionaire Steve Cohen, the founder of SAC Capital, owns an impressive art collection, which is said to be worth around $ 1 billion. It includes pieces by Monet, Picasso, Jasper Johns, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Willem de Kooning, Francis Bacon and Andy Warhol, according to a 2010 Vanity Fair profile.
There’s no need to take public transportation ever again.
Forget waiting for the Subway, which can feel like the pits of hell in the summertime.
If you’re a billionaire, you could be flying in your helicopter to work and/or docking your yacht at the nearest harbor a la media exec Barry Diller.