The groups Patriotic Millionaires, Millionaires for Humanity and Tax Us Now called on governments to "tax us rich now".
The aid group Oxfam has said: "The tax revenue for the rich will help reduce severe inequality, and fund basic social services such as public health care and education."
The "Patriotic Millionaires" group published its message in conjunction with the World Economic Forum's series of activities, "The Davos Agenda".
According to the data; Among the signatories to the letter are: Abigail Disney, the American film producer, Jaafar Shalchi, the Danish businessman, Nick Hanauer, the American businessman and capitalist projects, and Marlene Engelhorn, the Austrian student and heiress of "BASF".
The signatories called for a wealth tax that starts at 2% per year for millionaires and rises to 5% per year for billionaires.
Oxfam estimates the revenue that can be derived from this tax at about 2.52 trillion dollars annually worldwide.
As millionaires, we know that the current tax system is unfair...Most of us can say that while the world has gone through a tremendous amount of suffering in the past two years, we have already seen our wealth increase during the pandemic, yet few if any of us can To honestly say we pay a fair share in taxes."