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Amazon owner, Jeff Bezos on course to become the first trillionaire on earth

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Amazon owner and billionaire businessman Jeff Bezos is on course to become the first trillionaire in the world according to projection between now and 2026.

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According to analysis by Comparisun, if Jeff Bezos wealth continues to grow at the rate of 34% annually, he will be the first trillionaire by 2026.

Jeff loss $38B in his recent divorce with his ex-wife and couple with the pandemic is not affecting his wealth increase.

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Jeff former wife, Mackenzie Bezos was paid $38B as part of her share from Amazon after their separation.

Bezos is worth around 143Billion American dollars according to a report from Blomberg.

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The billionaire has made around $28Billion in 2020 alone.

If Bezos income keeps growing at the current rate, he will become first trillionaire by 2026 by that time he will be 62-years of age.

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The Amazon owner’s wealth is growing at a rate of 34% annually in the last five years.

His E-commerce business is skyrocketing as more people turned to online businesses since the virus outbreak.

another billionaire that is on course to become trillionaire is Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg.

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Mark Zuckerberg is protected to be a trillionaire by the time he will be 51 if he is growing at the current pace.

At the same time Amazon’s success continues to boost Bezos’ personal fortune, the company is facing growing criticism of its treatment of workers during the pandemic, including its recent move to drop a $2 per hour raise for warehouse employees.

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