Universal Basic Income (UBI) is a form of social security in which all citizens receive a uniform monthly stipend, regardless of their employment. Its intended purpose would be to eliminate, reduce, or prevent poverty and heighten citizens’ equality within society. This idea was first introduced in 1516 by English humanist and Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom Thomas More in his novel ‘Utopia’. In ‘Utopia’, More outlined topics, such as women’s rights, euthanasia, divorce, and penology. The book’s premise is in regard to communism being triumphant over egoism. In this modern era, according to Basic Income Earth Network, Universal Basic Income has several characteristics. This includes periodic payments through cash funds to every single legal-aged citizen and the fact that they would not need to demonstrate their willingness to work.