Wealth Disparity

The problem with wealth disparity has nothing to do with distribution of wealth, but rather 

Proportionally the wealthy pay far less towards the socioeconomic structure of society,
any society than do the poor and less wealthy... Let me explain.

If we are to be fair, no matter the degree of the wealth of an individual the cost relation
to the socioeconomic structure of any society ought to be proportional according to the 
wealth of the individual. 

A simple easy to understand example would be calculated like so:

Total Net worth; the wealth of a Nation / Society etc. is: $1,000,000,000.00
And the annual socioeconomic cost associated with it is:    $10,000,000.00
Ten Million divided by One Billion = .01 or 1% (percent)

The Socioeconomic Proportional Cost relation (SPC) to each individual is 1% of
Net Worth.

  (NW) = Net Worth                (SPC)Tax = Socioeconomic Proportional Cost Tax

  (NW) A = 1,000.00               (SPC)Tax A= $10.00 (ten dollars)
  (NW) B = 1,000,000.00          (SPC)Tax B = $10,000.00 (ten thousand dollar)
  (NW) C = 1,000,000,000.00     (SPC)Tax C = $10,000,000.00 (ten million dollars)

This system could  be used  locally,  nationally and  globally and would distribute the
burden proportionally and fairly across the entire wealth spectrum. It would also force
investment of said wealth in relation to (SPC) in order to maintain that wealth. Those
who are not able to or unwilling to accrue thru investment said wealth (SPC) would find
their Net worth diminished  till they achieved a sustainable level  of Net worth as it
relates to (SPC).

This could  be the sole method  of taxation for  the maintenance of  all associated
socioeconomic costs  of any and all  societies  throughout  the  entire spectrum of
necessary taxation; Simple, Fair and Just to all and equally shared across the entire
wealth spectrum; rich and poor alike!

What JUST person could complain about such a system?

And we now have the technology to do it. 

                                          By William de Azevedo Godinho, Feb 21, 2019