Cory Anthony Booker who also prominently goes by the name Cory Booker is an Afro American politician serving as the junior United States Senator from Newsery and is also the member of the Democratic Party. Cory Booker’s net worth is $3 million.
Booker announced on February 2019 to run for 2020 US presidential election and is currently dating, American actress, Rosario Dawson.
As stated above, the Democratic party member and junior US States, Cory Booker’s net worth is at $3 million. He earns $ 174K as an annual salary from his works as a junior American senator.
Apart from his earning as an American senator, Booker had also co-founded a video sharing technology company Waywire before quitting in 2012 alongside Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman. Being a co-owner must have helped him amass a good deal of fortune and is estimated to invest from $1 million to $5 million on the company. Moreover, he has also written a book entitled, United: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good
The Democratic member and junior US Cory Booker from his book entitled, United: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good earned $1 million. Image Source: 2019 E-Book Library
The books proved a massive commercial success and went to sell over several thousand of copies in the market. Cory Booker earned more than $1.25 million. He additionally earned $400K from the book in 2015 and in excess of $320,000 in 2016. He has an asset that is worth $600,000 which comes mostly from his brokerage accounts.
According to a report, the junior US senator Cory Booker between the period of 1998 and 2013 has earned $4 million before taxes. He is a diligent taxpayer. Booker has paid taxes worth of $1,057,359 between 1998 and 2003. In addition, he has also earned an impressive sum of $2 million by being a speaker in several conferences. With that much money coming in, no wonder Cory Booker’s net worth is $3 million.
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Booker is enjoying a happy and comfortable life and currently is occupied in his works for the upcoming American presidential campaign.