Khloé Kardashian’s Net Worth Gives Kim & Kylie’s Bank Accounts a Run For Their Money

Khloe Kardashian.
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Compared to sisters Kim and Kylie, Khloé Kardashian’s net worth is looking surprisingly impressive. Like her business-savvy siblings, the Good American co-founder has a lot going for her business-wise besides her role on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which she starred on since the E! reality series premiered in 2007 until its finale in 2021. Needless to say, Khloé Kardashian’s net worth is doing very, very well these days.

We’ll get to *exactly* how well she’s doing in a moment, but first, let’s talk more about Khloé. As KUWTK fans know, Khloé is the youngest Kardashian sister next to middle sister Kim and eldest sister Kourtney. She also has three younger siblings: brother Rob Kardashian and sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Compared to the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner family, Khloé has been through it in terms of tabloid scandals. In February 2019, she was involved in one of the most-talked-about scandals to reach the Kardashian-Jenners when news broke that her boyfriend at the time, Tristan Thompson, had cheated on her with her younger sister Kylie’s best friend, Jordyn Woods. After breaking up—and getting back together—Tristan and Khloé called it quits yet again when the NBA star admitted to cheating on the Good American founder again with former personal trainer Maralee Nichols, with whom he fathered a third child in December 2021. Tristan and Khloé, for their part, share daughter, True Thompson, who was born on April 12, 2018.

While we’re sure that the scandal was hard on Khloé at the time, the Khloé and Tristan saga did make for an excellent storyline on KUWTK, and again on The Kardashians, which we’re sure only boosted Khloé Kardashian’s net worth to what it is now. And while we may never know where Khloé and Tristan stand now, we do know that the youngest Kardashian sister is worth a ton of money. And let’s be clear: KoKo is rich, with or without a man. For what we know about Khloé Kardashian’s net worth, keep reading ahead.

How much did Khloé Kardashian make from Keeping Up With the Kardashians?

In 2017, Keeping Up With the Kardashians was renewed for five years with E! in a deal amounting to “below $100 million,” according to Variety, for the first three years. Still, there are some sources that report that KUWTK, which has been one of E!’s marquee Tv shows for more than a decade, is worth way, way more than that. (Which explains Khloé Kardashian’s net worth, which we’ll talk about later.) TMZ reported in 2007 that the KarJenners, in fact, signed a deal for them to receive $150 million in total for five seasons. This was a $100 million raise from the deal the family signed in 2015, which paid them $50 million for five seasons. TMZ also reports that the deal is structured in a way that the Kardashians can however much each family receives. Given that Kourtney, Khloé, Kim and Kris are executive producers on the show, it’s likely that they receive the most money.

Momager Kris even confessed in a 2017 interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that “Everybody gets paid pretty much equally,” we can go ahead and assume that the the $150 payday is split evenly between the sisters. What does this mean? Well, it means that Khloé Kardashian’s net worth is likely a result of of the estimated $4.5 million paychecks she receives each season of KUWTK.

How much does Khloé Kardashian make from The Kardashians?

After Keeping Up With the Kardashians came to an end in 2021, the KarJenner family revealed they would be starring in a new reality TV show on Hulu, titled The Kardashians. According to Variety, the family signed a whopping nine-figure salary deal for the series. While we don’t know exactly how much this breaks down to, we do know that the deal will be split evenly among the Kardashians.

Khloé herself confirmed to Variety that each member of the family will receive the same salary. “We are all equals,” she said, noting that the monetary aspect for their contract negotiations was an important part of their decision to return to reality TV. “It definitely played a factor because we give so much of our personal lives up for entertainment,” Khloé explained. “We always have our private family conversations, and we’re pretty brutal, me and my sisters, with what we will settle for or not settle for.”

“But not all money is good money,” Khloé said, adding that the Kardashian family also wanted their next opportunity to align with their goals. “It has to be a good fit, and Hulu was just the perfect fit for us. It can’t just be for monetary gain. That doesn’t seem to work for us.”

She continued, “It sounds so old fashioned, but we are people who applaud ourselves in so many other facets of our life that we are ahead of the time. We wanted to be with someone that’s tech forward, so we’re with the times. For us to be still on cable was just not so on brand for us. My mom deals with all the negotiating, and we let her do that because it is uncomfortable. She fights like a pit bull. She loves to do it and we let her do it.”

Walt Disney Television’s chairman of entertainment, Dana Walden, also expressed how expensive the Kardashian family’s deal for their Hulu show was. “We stepped up to a great deal that they very much deserve,” Walden told Variety, noting, however, that the family was well worth the investment. “Who would you want more for your unscripted slate than the Kardashians? They perfectly symbolize our strategy, which is taking big shots, but the right shots, and betting on incredible talent and best-in-class opportunities in each genre.”

How else does Khloé Kardashian make money?

Over the years, Khloé has starred in multiple other Kardashian-spinoffs, including Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami, Khloé and Lamar, and Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian. The middle Kardashian sister was also the host of the short-lived talk show, Kocktails With Khloé. While none of her spinoffs were as successful as KUWTK, we’re sure that momager Kris was able to negotiate a deal with E! and other networks to boost Khloé Kardashian’s net worth more than what it was before.

Along with her reality TV career, Khloé is also the co-founder of Good American, a clothing company she founded in 2016 with designer Emma Grede. The brand started with jeans, which are sold in high-end retailers like Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom, and has since gone on to have swimsuits and activewear. Of course, as a member of the Kardashian-Jenner family, KoKo also receives a pretty paycheck every now and then from a good social media endorsement deal. Forbes reported in 2016 that KoKo made $15 million in that year alone, which made her the third richest Kardashian-Jenner sister at the time.  Of course, that was then. Now, we’re sure that Khloé Kardashian’s net worth is much, much more.

In an interview with Forbes in 2016, Khloé opened up about how her sisters’ careers inspired her to start her own business. “We’re very strong believers in the idea that everyone can get to the finish line. We think that two hands are better than one and three are better than two,” she said at the time. “But, with that being said, I think there are also niches for each one of my sisters where we have our strong points.”

She continued, “We have such a security blanket in being together, but me having baby steps gave me the confidence to do that on my own, and then everything just kind of fell into place with me getting my talk show, Kocktails with Khloé. Now I’m producing Revenge Body. So, yeah all of these solo projects happen to be at one time, but it definitely was not planned to be that way.”

KoKo also explained to Forbes that each of her sisters have honed in on their passion. Kourtney’s is wellness. Kylie and Kim’s is makeup. Kendall is modeling. Khloé, for her part, has always been into fitness, which is why it was a natural fit for her to do a fitness spinoff of KUWTK and release athleisurewear.

“You have to stick to what your passions are no matter what,” she said. “My passion for the last three years is fitness. I love fitness and I now have my healthy lifestyle. I’ve always been somewhat of a positive person, but the older I get the more I’m evolving and into always wanting to better myself and grow.”

As for her brand deals, KoKo also claimed that all products recommended by her on her social media are items that she’s tested and believes in. “If I’m claiming I used a product I want you to really see that I do, I don’t want it to be just for show. I think consumers see through that stuff so easily,” she said. “That’s why I think we have longevity because my personal brand is me, and Kourtney’s personal brand is her. If you were to go to her home you’d see that it’s all genuinely her, and so on and so forth.”

What is Khloé Kardashian’s net worth?

Now for what we all want to know: What is Khloé Kardashian’s net worth? According to Celebrity Net Worth, Khloé is worth a massive $50 million, as of 2022. This makes her the fourth highest-paid Kardashian-Jenner sister, above Kendall (who’s worth a reported $45 million) and right behind Kourtney (who’s worth a reported $65 million.) Her other sisters, Kim and Kylie, are worth way, way more. According to Forbes, both Kim’s net worth is sitting at a whopping $1.8 billion, whereas Kylie’s net worth is an estimated $900 million, according to Forbes. Their monumental net worths are thanks, in part, to their successful makeup brands. (Kim owns KKW Beauty and KKW Fragrance, while Kylie is the founder of Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin.) Still, while Khloé Kardashian’s net worth is only a fraction of what Kim and Kylie have, KoKo has come a long way since KUWTK premiered, and with a successful denim, swimwear and athletic wear brand (a market her sisters haven’t tackled) and numerous spinoffs, Khloé Kardashian’s net worth is definitely one to watch in the next few years.

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