The word “Kardashian” is essentially a synonym for money and lots of it. Yes, debate surrounded Kylie Jenner’s alleged billionaire status earlier this year, but Kim Kardashian, Kylie’s older sister, proved her real, legitimate billionaire status last year in 2021. I mean, really. And as of right now, she has nearly doubled her fortune. This woman knows how to “get your f**king ass up and work,” as she famously said in a recently famous statement. The reality TV actress, model, and businesswoman has numerous businesses and regularly launches new ideas. Taxes are a part of all that money, though.
And Kim recently made a settlement of more than $1 million to resolve claims made against her by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for failing to disclose a payment she received for endorsing a cryptocurrency asset on Instagram. In a moment, more on it. Of course, Kim makes money in other ways except through her Instagram posts. Her net worth continues to increase quickly because of these many sources of income. Here is all you need to know about Kim’s net worth, including how much she makes compared to the other members of the Kardashian-Jenner family.
What’s Kim Kardashian’s net worth and how does it compare to the rest of the family?
Forbes estimates that Kim’s current net worth is $1.8 billion. Notable: According to Forbes, it was $1 billion last year and $900 million the year before. Kim thus quickly earned a substantial sum of money. There’s a significant likelihood Kim’s value will continue to rise. What contributed to Kim winning the “Richest Kardashian-Jenner” title? Her SKKN by Kim and SKIMS enterprises have a fantastic cash flow. Of course, she has also earned a significant sum of money via endorsement deals and reality TV. According to Forbes, smaller investments also generate a respectable sum of money.
Here’s how the rest of the family’s net worth breaks down:
- Kylie Jenner’s net worth is just around $750 million.
- Kris Jenner has a $170 million net worth.
- Khloé Kardashian has an estimated net worth of $60 million.
- Kendall Jenner has an estimated net worth of $45 million.
- Kourtney Kardashian has a net worth of $65 million.
- Rob Kardashian has a net worth of $10.
Kim Kardashian Bio, Height and other info
Birthday: October 21, 1980
Height: 5 feet 2 inches (1 m 58 cm)
Weight: 56 kg
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, United States
Occupation: Media personality, businesswoman, model, socialite
Zodiac Sign: Libra
Residence: Hidden Hills, California, U.S.
Kim recently settled a significant settlement with the SEC for failing to report earnings from a cryptocurrency article
Despite her wealth, Kim was forced to pay the SEC $1.26 million in October 2022 because she promoted EthereumMax’s cryptocurrency asset on Instagram without reporting that she had been compensated for the post. For the position, Kim reportedly received $250,000.
The “anti-touting clause of the federal securities laws,” a legal prohibition against promoting securities offers without disclosing that you were paid a fee to do so, is what the SEC claims Kim violated.
According to Gary Gensler, chairman of the SEC, “this case is a reminder that just because celebrities or influencers recommend investment possibilities, including crypto-asset securities, doesn’t guarantee that those investment products are suitable for all investors.” “Ms Kardashian’s case also serves as a reminder that the law requires celebrities and others to declare to the public when and how much they are paid to advocate investment in securities,” according to the article. Kim also promised to refrain from promoting cryptocurrency for three years as part of the agreement. Kim just made restitution; she didn’t admit or refute the accusations.
The Kardashians, the family’s newest Hulu series, premiered this year, and Kim is making a healthy profit from the arrangement. According to Variety, Kim, her sisters, and their mother, Kris Jenner, will split the nine-figure sum equally among them. That implies that the Kardashians received at the very least $100 million in compensation.
Kim received payments for her mobile game
Before it was discontinued in 2019 she received royalties from the mobile game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, despite not being royalty. Over 60 million people had downloaded her game. According to CelebrityNetWorth, that amounted to $200 million in earnings, with 28% of that going directly into her pocket.
Kim made $5 million per season of KUWTK
If the family shares their paychecks equally, she made around $5 million per season. Variety reported in 2017 that E! paid the Kardashian family “below $100 million” to extend KUWTK for another three years. It was also revealed by The Hollywood Reporter in 2015 that the family signed a three-year contract for $80 million, so it’s safe to presume the latest payment schedule falls between $80 and $100 million. No huge deal. On the program, Kim has spoken candidly about her battle with psoriasis:
It’s unknown how the Kardashians divided those millions. According to the mother Kris Jenner, the family divides their income fairly. She claimed on Ellen that “everyone gets paid fairly similarly” because “we all film a lot, and we all work hard, and we’ve established this show and this brand for the previous decade.” Kim earned about $5 million every season if the three-year contract, which was split six ways between the Kardashian sisters, the Jenner sisters, and mom Kris, was roughly $90 million.