When I was travelling in West-Papua (Indonesia) I visited the Baliem Valley. In that valley the Papuans live, a tribe/culture only discovered in the 1930's. Those people are completely different from Indonesians.
We went hiking there and for that we got ourself a guide for 5 days. We paid his fee in pieces, so after 2 days he got his first amount. The next day he showed up way too late and had red eyes. One of the carriers told us later he was having a hang over. That was weird to me, because alcohol is very expensive over there (it all has to be bought in by plane) and people are very poor. He showed me pictures of his wife, who lives deep deep in the valley in a straw hut and does the laundry in the river.
Later I learned he did this, because it doesn't matter how much money he brings back after his work. If he brings money the amount of money is shared over all the villagers. That is because everybody is taking care of eachother. So it was not very encouraging for him to bring money from work, because he wouldn't benefit too much himself from it.