Taylor Swift’s Net Worth Is Insane Thanks to Her Record-Breaking ‘Eras’ Tour

We need to calm down after learning how much money Taylor Swift has in her bank account.

The 33-year-old is reportedly worth a whopping $540 million, according to Forbes. So, how did Swift earn her income? Keep scrolling for details.

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1. What Is Taylor Swift’s Net Worth?

According to Forbes, Swift is worth around $540 million. The singer’s growing net worth should come as no surprise to dedicated fans, since the singer recently earned the number-two spot on Forbes’s list of “Richest Self-Made Women.” (Rihanna is on top with $1.4 billion.)

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2. How Did She Earn Her Fortune?

First of all, music. Although Swift has produced ten studio albums—Taylor Swift, Fearless, Speak Now, Red, 1989, Reputation, Lover, Folklore, Evermore and Midnights—they aren’t responsible for the majority of her net worth. Most of her recent earnings stem from The Eras Tour. (FYI: It’s the highest-grossing tour in U.S. history, with gross earnings estimating a cool $591 million.)

Although it shattered records, the income was only slightly larger than her Reputation Tour, which grossed more than $345 million. (NBD.)

Apart from touring, Swift has brought in an estimated $10 million from record sales, streaming and publishing royalties. To top it off, Billboard estimates that she sells $17 of merchandise for every concert ticket purchased—just let that sink in.

In addition to music, Swift also has several long-standing endorsement deals, including Keds, Diet Coke, CoverGirl and Apple.

A net worth of $540 million and no intention of stopping? Look what we made her do.

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Greta Heggeness is a California-based editor at PureWow and has been writing about entertainment since 2015. She covers everything from awards shows to exclusive celebrity...
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