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Get Ready For It: Explore how Taylor Swift spends her net worth

Pop star Taylor Swift has had a long career filled with ups and downs, but the talented celeb has worked hard to earn the success she so rightfully deserves and has done it all with talent & grace. Throughout her music career, she’s won numerous awards, broken way too many records, performed at sold-out shows, and won the hearts of Swifties all over the world. So through all of this, what does the net worth of Taylor Swift look like? What is the Taylor Swift age?

Aside from that, what does the star choose to spend her money on? Let’s take a peek into her life and find out. Are you . . . “Ready for It”? 

How much is the star worth? 

Taylor Swift got her big breakout moment in the year 2006, so she’s had plenty of years since then to build up a hefty net worth. According to Wealthy Gorilla, the “champagne problems” singer is estimated to have a net worth of around $400 million as of the year 2021. This high amount earns her a spot on Forbes’s list of top-earning women musicians and makes her one of the richest singers in the world. 

Aside from the amount of money Taylor Swift has made through her chart-topping music, the talented singer has had tons of endorsement deals she’s signed that has helped build up her net worth over the years. Some of the brands she has worked with in the past include Keds, Diet Coke, CoverGirl, Capital One, Apple, and tons more. One of her long-term partner brands includes Diet Coke, who she’s worked with since 2013. 

Taylor Swift can also thank her successful music tours for her impressive net worth, as Business Insider reported that the star’s tour for her 1989 synth-pop album in 2015 alone grossed over $250 million. However, it was the Reputation Stadium Tour where Taylor earned the most. The tour was the highest-grossing tour in U.S. history, bringing in $266.1 million through over two million ticket sales.

Spending her millions

According to Business Insider, Taylor Swift is a real-estate mogul as the star has invested a fair portion of her net worth into owning properties, “with a sprawling $84 million real estate portfolio that consists of eight properties in four different states”. The star currently owns homes in Nashville, Los Angeles, Rhode Island, and New York City. 

Taylor Swift also loves to use her net worth for good by spending her earnings on others. For example, Business Insider reported that to celebrate the end of her 1989 tour, the singer took her 125-person band & crewmates on vacation with her to Australia. How fun!

The superstar has also been incredibly generous with her money, using her earnings to donate to charities and good causes all over. On her twenty-fourth birthday, Miss Swift donated $100,000 to the Nashville Symphony. She’s also donated after natural disasters, such as contributing $1 million after the Louisiana floods. She also pledged $4 million to the Country Hall Music of Fame to fund Taylor Swift Education Center. 

Other donations

Recently though, Taylor Swift has been making headlines for contributing her net worth for the folks who really need it. It turns out that the star, along with her mother Andrea, quietly donated $50,000 to a GoFundMe campaign, which helped the funders exceed well over the goal. The money went to Vickie Quarles, a mother of five from Tennessee who lost her husband from COVID.

To that, Vickie Quarles stated: “I would like to especially say thank you to Andrea and Taylor Swift for your thoughtfulness and generosity from our home state of Tennessee. I appreciate the sweet personal note, it warmed my heart. The road ahead will definitely not be the same without Theodis but with each day I am humbled and anchored in hope that I can continue to raise the girls to be as compassionate and caring as all of you”. 

Swift is famous for making donations quietly. She made headlines last year when she pitched in $30,000 to help Vitoria Mario, an eighteen-year-old in London, attend university to study math. She wrote: “I came across your story online and am so inspired by your drive and dedication to turning your dreams into reality. I want to gift you the rest of your goal amount. Good luck with everything you do!” How kind!

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