Ivanka Trump Net Worth 2022 (Forbes) – Salary, Income, Earnings

Ivanka Trump Net Worth

Ivanka Trump has an estimated net worth of $800 million. Ivanka Trump served as an adviser to her father, former U.S. President Donald Trump. Prior to that, she was a real estate developer, reality star, and founder of the Ivanka Trump Collection. She earns most of her income from business ventures and brand endorsements. 

Ivanka Trump is the daughter of former US President Donald Trump and real estate mogul Ivana Trump. Ivanka began her modeling career in her teens before refocusing her ambitions and joining her father’s business empire after college. She was a Celebrity Apprentice judge alongside her father and two brothers from 2006 to 2015. She became a senior adviser to her father at the White House after rising to executive vice president at the Trump Organization and founding her own fashion brand, the Ivanka Trump Collection. She is married to real estate developer Jared Kushner, with whom she has three children.

To calculate the net worth of Ivanka Trump, subtract all her liabilities from her total assets. Investments, savings, cash deposits, and any equity she has in a house, car, or other similar asset are included in the total assets. All debts, such as personal loans and mortgages, are included in total liabilities.

Here’s the breakdown of her net worth:

Name: Ivanka Trump
Net Worth: $800 Million
Monthly Salary: $2 Million+
Annual Income: $30 Million per year
Source of Wealth: Businessperson, Fashion Model

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Early Life

Ivanka Trump was born on October 30, 1981 in Manhattan to famous parents, real estate mogul Donald Trump and socialite/Czech-American model Ivana Trump. Ivanka’s parents divorced when she was ten, and she went to boarding school. She attended the Chapin School before transferring to Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut.

Ivanka, who was unhappy at Choate but promised her parents she would maintain her grades, decided to try her hand at modeling at the age of 14. She quickly signed with Elite Model Management and appeared on the cover of Seventeen magazine in 1997. By the age of 16, she had walked the runways for Thierry Mugler, Versace, and Marc Bouwer, been featured in Elle magazine, and co-hosted the Miss Teen USA 1997 pageant.

Joining the Family Business 

However, Ivanka soon discovered the modeling industry to be catty and ruthless, and she shifted her focus to the family business: real estate. Ivanka spent two years working at a real estate development firm outside of her father’s organization after graduating from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, her father’s alma mater.

Ivanka joined the Trump Organization after learning the ropes and feeling she could prove her worth, rising to executive VP of acquisitions and development, working on high-profile buildings and resorts. She also co-founded the Trump Hotel Collection, a successful luxury hotel management company, with her two brothers, Donald Jr. and Eric.

From 2006 to 2015, she cemented her celebrity status as a co-judge on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice alongside her father and brothers.

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Outside Projects

In 2009, Ivanka published The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life, a New York Times best seller, to capitalize on her famous last name and to be a voice for the professional millennial woman. She also launched the Ivanka Trump Collection and its digital counterpart, IvankaTrump.com, a fashion/lifestyle brand.

Trump stepped away from the company in 2017 to focus on her father’s administration, and the following July, she announced the closure of the brand.

“I don’t know when or if I’ll ever return to the business after 17 months in Washington, but I do know that my focus for the foreseeable future will be the work I’m doing here in Washington, so making this decision now is the only fair outcome for my team and partners,” she said.

Politics

Ivanka has previously supported both the Republican and Democratic Parties. She supported Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2007 and is friends with Chelsea Clinton. She endorsed Mitt Romney for President in 2012. A year later, she and her husband hosted a fundraiser for Democratic Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey.

Ivanka played an important role in her father’s White House ambitions during the 2016 presidential election cycle, actively defending his divisive remarks, which sparked much controversy.

“As a citizen, I appreciate what he’s doing. “It’s obviously more complicated as a daughter,” she said in an interview with Politico.

Ivanka introduced her father at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, on July 21, 2016, before he accepted the party’s presidential nomination.

“Like many of my fellow Millennials, I don’t consider myself categorically Republican or Democrat…. Sometimes it’s a difficult choice,” she explained. “That is not the case this time. This is the moment, and Donald Trump is the person to make America great again.”

“My father values talent,” she said, emphasizing that her father would advocate for women and equal pay. “He is colorblind and gender neutral, and he recognizes true knowledge and skill when he finds it,” she explained. He hires the best candidate for the job. Period.”

Despite its sexually offensive content, Trump stood by her father in October 2016, but women felt she had gone too far. Soon, a boycott of Trump’s fashion line was launched, using the hashtag “#GrabYourWallet,” a play on words from one of the vulgar remarks the billionaire mogul made in the video: “And when yo

Earlier this year, the footwear brand Aquazzura sued Trump for allegedly copying almost every detail of one of its sandal designs. Trump also had to recall 20,000 scarves due to an above-average burn risk to consumers. She has also been chastised for supporting her father’s national maternity leave policy while not offering one at her own company.

Ivanka continued to campaign for her father, who was elected 45th President of the United States on November 8, 2016, in a stunning victory seen as a resounding rejection of establishment politics by blue-collar and working-class Americans.

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First Daughter

Following the election, Ivanka, her brothers Donald Jr. and Eric, as well as her husband Kushner, were named to her father’s presidential transition team. Following her father’s presidential inauguration, Ivanka and Kushner, who was named a senior White House adviser, reportedly purchased a home in Washington, D.C.’s Kalorama neighborhood, where the Obama family also relocated after President Obama left office.

Nordstrom announced in February 2017 that it would discontinue Ivanka’s brand due to poor sales. In response, President Trump tweeted on his personal and official White House Twitter accounts in support of his daughter: “My daughter Ivanka has been treated so unfairly.” She is a wonderful person who is always encouraging me to do the right thing! Terrible!”

Ivanka Trump, President Trump’s close adviser, announced in March 2017 that she would become an unpaid employee of the White House. “I have heard the concerns some have expressed about my advising the President in my personal capacity while voluntarily complying with all ethics rules,” she said in a statement. “Instead, I will serve as an unpaid employee in the White House Office, subject to all of the same rules as other federal employees.” “Throughout this process, I have worked closely and honestly with White House counsel and my personal counsel to address the unprecedented nature of my role.”

Ivanka Trump was a guest speaker at a government-sponsored conference on women’s empowerment in Tokyo, Japan, in November 2017, shortly before her father’s scheduled arrival as part of an Asian tour.

Later that month, Trump traveled to Hyderabad, India, to participate in the annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), which was themed “Women Entrepreneurship” that year. Trump’s participation in the GES coincided with rumors of a rift with then-US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, as well as concerns about the working conditions of her company’s female laborers in Asian countries.

Ivanka was named in a lawsuit filed by a Washington attorney in December, alleging that she and her husband failed to disclose a complete list of assets and investment vehicles in their public financial disclosure forms.

The lawsuit, according to a White House spokesman, is “frivolous.”

Advocate for Mothers and Children

Ivanka seemed intent on carrying out a goal to produce maternity-leave legislation at the start of her father’s second year in office. Politico reported in February 2018 that the first daughter and Trump’s former campaign rival Marco Rubio were collaborating on the issue, discussing ideas such as drawing on Social Security benefits and raising payroll taxes to fund paid leave.

Later that month, Ivanka traveled to PyeongChang, South Korea, to attend the closing ceremony of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. She was supposed to meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the presidential Blue House in Seoul, but not with North Korean delegation members.

Ivanka reportedly urged her father to reconsider the controversial “zero tolerance” policy in June, as the Trump administration was embroiled in a growing uproar over the process of separating children from their parents at the US-Mexico border. After the president signed an executive order to keep families together, she tweeted, “Congress must now act + find a lasting solution that is consistent with our shared values.”

In November 2018, the first daughter was back in the news after The Washington Post reported on her use of a personal email account for government business, an issue that tripped up Hillary Clinton in 2016. The following February, Trump joined the fight against Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-progressive Cortez’s policies, claiming that most Americans did not want a guaranteed minimum wage.

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Coronavirus and Small Business Relief

As it became clear that the coronavirus pandemic would not be resolved quickly in early 2020, Trump became prominently involved in the rollout of a $349 billion loan package for small businesses known as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The first daughter, according to the White House, coordinated efforts with Congress and lobbied CEOs of major financial institutions to secure funding for the program.

She joined her father at a White House event for businesses that had benefited from PPP loans in late April.

Employees from Bitty & Beau’s Coffee Shops, which provides employment opportunities to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, made an appearance.

Personal Life

In 2009, Ivanka married real estate developer and entrepreneur Kushner. Arabella Rose (born July 2011) and sons Joseph Frederick (born October 2013) and Theodore James Kushner are the couple’s three children (born March 2016).

Ivanka converted to Orthodox Judaism to follow in her husband’s footsteps. She follows a kosher diet and keeps the Sabbath.

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