Take the poor beset Pritzker family, wracked with dissension as movie starlet Liesel Pritzker sues her elders for "raping and pillaging" her billion dollar trust fund, leaving her bereft with a few paltry millions. Or the Bronfmans, who are seeing the art collection that they painstakingly assembled over decades at Seagram's auctioned off to pay for corporate debt. Or worse yet, L. Dennis Kozlowski and the Rigas family, who for a few trifling misjudgments have been brought so low that they must submit to the shame and degradation of flying coach.
Obviously, these are the people who need more money. You wouldn't waste it on the poor, who don't amass great art collections, but toss their money away on transitory things like food and rent.