The 25-year old musician made more than $1 million a day this year thanks to her plethora of hit records, sold out world tour and various endorsement deals.
Taylor Swift has been named 2015's highest-earning music star in the world by The Express.
The 25-year old musician made more than $1 million a day this year thanks to her plethora of hit records, sold out world tour and various endorsement deals such as Diet Coke and Elizabeth Arden (that's over $317 million; the equivalent of about £205million – since January... and we're only in October!)
Swift's phenomenal wealth is further boosted by massive investments in three fast-growing companies that mainly handle music management and touring.
"Right now, Taylor is untouchable," LA-based media analyst Mike Raia said on October 19. "She is so far ahead of everyone else in the industry that she has become not only a powerhouse entertainer but also an important mover and shaker on the commercial side of the music business," he added.
US financial experts who examined her portfolio said it was “inconceivable” she will not end the year with more than $365million (£236million) to keep up her million-a-day average.
Forbes magazine has claimed she could hit full-blown billionaire status well before her 30th birthday and ultimately become one of the world’s wealthiest women. Her financial success away from music is largely credited to her father Scott, a wealth management adviser, and mother Andrea, a former mutual fund executive.
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