Why I Agree With Warren Buffett On Solving Income Inequality: New Financial Freedom Podcast Episode!

Financial Freedom

A couple of weeks ago, Warren Buffett wrote an op-ed piece in the Wall Street Journal suggesting an option other than raising the minimum wage, to close the income inequality gap – the gap between the wealthiest and the poorest Americans. On today’s episode of the Monty Campbell Show, I am going to discuss two points in Buffett’s article that I think are extremely important to those wanting to build wealth.

These are two salient points that, had you just focused on the debate between the tax credit and minimum wages in the article, you’d miss them entirely. You’d miss the hidden messages of what it really takes to increase wealth.

To uncover those hidden messages, listen to today’s episode of the Monty Campbell show below:

Be free. Nothing else is worth it.

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  • arthurme

    I agree with the premise in your podcast. Economists say that some inequality is needed to propel growth. Without the carrot of large financial rewards, entrepreneurship and innovation would grind to a halt.

    • http://www.montycampbell.com/ Monty Campbell

      You got it. Our system is based on people reaching for the carrot. That’s important for both personal and economic growth.

  • Jordan Lang

    I think you bring up a good point about income inequality – that it is an acceptable sacrifice to make in return for income mobility – the ability for families to work their way to better stations in life.

    • http://www.montycampbell.com/ Monty Campbell

      That’s exactly the point I’m making Jordan. If everything were equal, the opportunity to get into the 1% (income mobility) would not be available.

  • derek

    Do you have a link to the Buffett article you reference in the podcast?

  • Melanie H.

    I’m really liking the podcast Monty. Keep ’em coming!

    • http://www.montycampbell.com/ Monty Campbell

      Thanks Melanie. Appreciate the feedback.