Tiffany Trump Net Worth 2022 – Salary, Income, Earnings

Tiffany Trump Net Worth

Tiffany Trump has an estimated net worth of $10 million. Tiffany Trump is the daughter of former U.S. President Donald Trump and actress Marla Maples. She earns most of her income from brand endorsements and TV shows. 

Tiffany Ariana Trump is the daughter of former President Donald Trump and actress Marla Maples. Tiffany is their only child. Tiffany, who was raised primarily by her mother in California, would visit her father in New York several times a year and spend some summer vacations at his Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago, but otherwise kept a low profile for a Trump.

In 2012, she attended the University of Pennsylvania, where she double-majored in sociology (with a concentration in law) and urban studies and was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, following in the footsteps of her famous father and older half-siblings, Donald Jr. and Ivanka. She joined her family on the campaign trail after graduating in May 2016, before attending Georgetown Law School.

To calculate the net worth of Tiffany 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: Tiffany Trump
Net Worth: $10 Million
Monthly Salary: $200 Thousand+
Annual Income: $3 Million per year
Source of Wealth: Singer, Television Personality 

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Early Years

Tiffany Ariana Trump was named after the world-famous jewelry retailer Tiffany & Company, which has its flagship store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, right next to Trump Tower. At a news conference in the lobby of the Palace Theatre, where Maples had performed in The Will Rogers Follies in 1992, Donald and Marla announced Trump’s arrival. The couple married in December 1993, two months after Trump was born, at New York City’s Plaza Hotel. The marriage was annulled in 1999.

Maples then relocated to Calabasas, California (near Los Angeles), where she claimed to have raised Trump as a “single mother.” Tiffany attended the more than $30,000-a-year Viewpoint School, and the mother and daughter were friends with the now-famous Kardashian clan.

Trump, unlike her mother, was not bitten by the acting bug, but she dabbled in music briefly as a teen, releasing “Like a Bird” with singers Sprite and Logic in 2011. Trump stated on Oprah Winfrey’s Where Are They Now? segment, “I love music, but right now my priority is just focusing on school and getting into a good college.”

She landed a summer internship at Vogue in 2011, with a little help from her big sister Ivanka, before beginning her classes at the University of Pennsylvania, where she graduated in 2016.

2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign

Following her college graduation, Trump joined the rest of the Trump family in campaign appearances. On the second night of the 2016 Republican National Convention, she briefly took the stage to deliver a speech about her father. “Like my father, I never back down from challenges,” she said up front, “so here I am, a little new to the convention scene, but very honored and confident in the man America is coming to know.”

Following her father’s election, Trump joined her family for public events such as the White House Easter Egg Roll and the traditional turkey pardoning at Thanksgiving.

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Law School

Trump announced her intention to apply to law school in August 2016 by posting a photo on Instagram with LSAT prep books in tow. On December 3, 2016, she took the exam at the City University of New York in Long Island City and was later seen visiting Columbia, Harvard, and New York University. She chose Georgetown University, where her older brother, Eric, received his bachelor’s degree in 2006.

Trump did not explain why she chose law school, and the White House declined to comment on Trump’s interest in a legal career. She would, however, not be the first Trump to study law: Her aunt, Maryanne Trump Barry (her father’s older sister), is a judge on the Third Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals.

Trump will graduate from Georgetown in May 2020, prompting her father to congratulate her: “What I really need is a lawyer in the family. Tiff, I’m so proud of you!”

Personal Life

Trump has a special relationship with her mother. She began dating Ross Mechanic, a University of Pennsylvania alumnus, in 2015. Despite speculation about Mechanic’s politics (he’d registered as a Democrat and publicly supported Hillary Clinton), he also worked as an intern at Jared Kushner’s Manhattan real estate start-up, Cadre. His politics eventually became irrelevant when the couple divorced in the fall of 2017.

Trump began dating Michael Boulos, the son of a wealthy businessman from Lagos, Nigeria, the following year. The couple got engaged on January 19, 2021, her father’s last day in office, according to Trump.

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