I found these ideas amusing and intriguing.
Try giving them perks and privileges (an extra vote?) in return, says 'Dilbert' creator Scott Adams.
If we accept that the rich can be taxed at a different rate than everyone else, we can also imagine that there could be other differences in how the rich are taxed. That's the part we can tinker with, and that's where the bad version comes in. In a minute, I'll float some bad ideas about how the rich can feel good while the rest of society is rifling through their pockets.
I can think of five benefits that the country could offer to the rich in return for higher taxes: time , gratitude, incentives, shared pain and power.