Bill Gates loves paying taxes. In 2018, he paid over $10 billion in taxes but stated he should be paying more. In an interview, Gates said, “I’ve paid more taxes, over $10 billion, than anyone else, but the government should require people in my position to pay significantly higher taxes.”
When Bill Gates’ daughter started kindergarten, he dropped her off at school in the mornings to help out his wife, Melinda. Within a few weeks, seeing this, other dads at the school began to drop their children off in the mornings instead of their wives.
Bill Gates plans to donate 95% of his $81.1 billion dollar wealth to charity. That’s about $77 billion dollars
Bill Gates has donated over $28 Billion to charity and has stated he wishes to donate a further 95% of his wealth to charity.
The Walton family has given away about 2% of its net worth to charity — Bill Gates is giving away 48% of his net worth and Warren Buffet 78% of his net worth.
Bill Gates has a pressure sensitive floor in his home. At any time he knows who and where anyone is in his house.
Bill Gates released some mosquito’s in an auditorium during a TED speech, “So, not only poor people got to enjoy the experience.”
As of April 2010, Bill Gates had donated over $36,854,000,000 in his lifetime, which is more than half of his current net worth of $61 billion.