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  • the IRS
  • the same as everyone else apart from money problems.
  • Lots of the same things poor people worry about, health, family, relationships... Minus the worry about where their next meal will come from, or how they will afford to pay their rent, utilities, car payment, gas, etc. Plus the worry about whether or not they can trust their financial advisor, and where they should invest their money in order to preserve it (and hopefully, make it grow).
  • Depends on the people. Warren Buffet looks at the stock market, but he has so much money and is so diversified as is Oprah Winfrey and Bill Gates, if they lose money it is not a huge loss or a big deal. They have a good concept of being rich. Donald Trump is probably alot more of a sore loser if he loses money or doesn't make alot. That's one of the pitfalls to being wealthy IF your security is tied into your having all that money. You worry all the time about losing it. I'm sure wealthy people also have the same problems to worry over as poor or middle class people: health, love, what to do about family issues, whether something they want to have happen will happen, etc. Having money doesn't take away alot of the universal things most people worry or think about. In fact it can add to the things about which they have to worry! People who are centered and have money don't worry about more than most average income people I would suspect; which is the healthy way for them to live their lives.
  • Their bank accounts, and anything related to their bank accounts.
  • They worry more about money than poor people ... They stress over losing their wealth so much that it changes their personalities/lives for the worse ... Many cannot handle wealth ... it becomes a curse for them ... There priorities get screwed and many forget where they come from ...
  • Will I be throwing my underwear away after the first use or the 2nd.
  • They worry about being happy!
  • Rich people probably worry about what everyone else worries about, but a little less. If a person who's not rich is sick, or their family member is sick, they're going to worry about...how am I going to pay for the doctors? How am I going to pay for the medecine? A rich person would think...A family member is sick? That's awful. Then they'd realize they have 12 million dollars and they're able to pay for the doctors bill faster than they can say 2007 jaguar XL7. The same thing goes for food, clothing, housing and transportation(when it all comes to money) If someone's car breaks, they'll be worrying about how they'll travel. The rich person would worry the same too, but then he'd quickly think, I have a yacht, or, I have 3 cars in my garage... Plus, I think the one main thing a rich person worry's about is...where am I going to put all of my money? (unfortunately for me, I do not have th is worry)
  • As well as all the other things they worry about losing their money.
  • All the things money can't buy...love, health, happiness, dying, etc.
  • Give me a million dollars and I'll get back to you. lol
  • their status.
  • You would have to ask this question of a rich person, everyting else is just speculation
  • The stockmarket may crash any second, although impossible.
  • I was taught that rich people didn't have worries. All they have is attitudes. The reality is that they share some of the same fears and worries that the rest of us have.
  • how to spend their money.
  • Law Suits, but basically the same as everyone else, also what everyone else in their enviroment around them think
  • how would I know, I'm not rich. = )~
  • Health and family.
  • Perhaps, if people really like them, or if they just want their money.
  • People stealing thier money.
  • Will I have to make my own dinner if I give the chef the night off.
  • I don't think they worry.They are of the mindset to accomplish their goals under any circumstances.They realize that some failures are a stepping stone to success.To many, obstacles might be something to worry about,for the rich it is another opportunity.The more successes they have the more the opportunities seem to be drawn to them.
  • Losing their money.
  • Lawsuits.
  • Some of these answers are very disturbing - specifically, the ones that assume that having money automatically means you must care about little else, if anything. Rich people have the same worries as everyone else - and I won't even caveat that to exclude money problems. When you have money, you tend to live a more expensive lifestyle. Losing money in an investment and suddenly not being able to pay your massive mortgage, insurance, and property taxes will result in the same stresses that impending foreclosure would cause for someone with a more modest income. Being rich almost always requires effort and risk to stay that way. When that risk bites you in the bum, you can still be as screwed as anyone else - even if it's temporary. What if something crashes, your renters move out, and you can't sell your property quickly enough? Having a high net worth (real estate, stock, etc) doesn't guarantee anything. It definitely carries worry with it, even if it's not in the exact same context. But then again, every one of life's potential worries is highly personal and different for everyone, isn't it?
  • Loosing all their money.
  • probably ,who is the next person going to be that tries to rip off some of their millions!! or, was that last investment they made, the right one!!
  • All of them are afraid to lose their money and i guarantee you every rich man is obsessed with the money. Not every1 but mostly every1 that is rich. and they have a void in their life that they can't just fill with money. Therefore spending more and more money each day.
  • Strangely enough, they worry mostly about money.
  • Who you can trust! Also if their taxes were paid correctly and if they invested poorly? Also if their husband or wife is cheating and all the same mumbo jumbo everyone else worries about! Also worry about if their money were to get gone suddenly, what would they do??? Their main worry is the last!!!
  • As a writer for the Wealth Management Market I can tell you this. These are real people with feelings, cares and worries like the rest of us. Most of us despise them, because they've worked pretty hard to get where they're at, while we've made a habit of using excuses for not going for our dreams. Don't get me wrong. Some of them have stepped on the "little people" to get there. Ironically most of them started off just like you and I. They know what it's like to not have enough money for gas, food, raising kids and so on. This has taught them to watch their money and make sure it grows. You'd be surprised how many of them don't really care about buying "toys". Its about making sure the financial future of their loved ones and themselves is taken care of. Here's another shocker for you. Most of them are not greedy and self absorbed. From what I've seen alot of them became wealthy so they could be in a better position to help others. It's funny how folks who are not wealthy automatically put those who are in a villanous category. My kind advice is to grow up. If you consider yourself to be a pretty good person who loves to help others, and could do the world a whole lot of good if you had more money, then go for it. Try not to curse those who've found a way to obtain, grow and manage their wealth better than you have. One more thing. Despite popular belief there's plenty of room at the top. More good people are needed. Sincerely, Clyde McDade Direct Response Copywriter
  • Being poor
  • Relationships, health, state of the economy --- probably in that order.
  • If their accountant is stealing from them!
  • yeh i would have to agree with some when they say worring about who to trust who are your real friends thats what i was gonna say
  • The way I see it, if I woke up and won a multi-million lotto tomorrow, I would still need to get my root canal crowned, lose 50 pounds, purchase a home, fix my car, feed my animals, and decide what my priorities are. But with the additional money I could get the crown next week, go to a spa instead of the great outdoors, (although, I'm not sure I would,) get a home that fills my needs instead of a used-up WWII era bungalow painted trippy colors, and pimp my ride, instead of driving around in a bent-fendered, 20-year-old Camero with muffler a problem. It comes down to being able to make choices. And perhaps helps others, if one so desires. I think we all worry about the same things.
  • I think they worry about as many things as we do.
  • Most rich people have a lot of worries. Their main worries are: (1) For their own safety as well as the safety of their family members, fearing kidnap and ransom. Hence their homes will have the most sophisticated security systems and a network of bodyguards to protect them in their going out & their coming in. (2) For needy relatives and friends who would take advantage of their wealth with their usual sob stories. (3) What would happen to their riches should they pass away? Will their children be careful with their hard earned wealth or waste them away in careless and wild living? (4) The uncertainties of the future which may bring business downturns due to unfavorable political changes, recessions, etc
  • 1)Losing their beauty 2)Losing their wealth 3)Getting Fat 4)Losing popularity and social status
  • The worry about whether they should wipe their bums with 50's or 100's.
  • What the stock market is doing and how the futures market is holding up based upon their predictions.

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