You Won't Believe How Much Money Kylie Jenner Has Made at the Age of 19

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The Kardashian name is big business, and this includes the "sister brand" Jenner, of course. The whole family makes more money than the average person, and this includes the youngest of the bunch, 19-year-old Kylie Jenner. The amount of money Kylie makes in a year, however, will astonish you. 


According to Forbes, Kylie pulled in $41 million in the last 12 months. Yes, that much. Older sister Kim, who is arguably the most famous of the Kardashians, only made $4.5 million more than her little sis -- so $45.5 million for Kim in one year. We say "only" $4.5 million more because while that still is an incredible amount of cash, once the figure is in the double digits, it all seems arbitrary. It's all enough money to last a lifetime. And Kylie made it in one year -- the year she was 19. To give you a little more perspective, Amy Schumer made less than Kylie last year -- $37.5 million.

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This is incredible. Sure, Kylie isn't a brain surgeon or teaching the youth of today fractions, but she is working hard -- she's a reality TV star, a fashion designer, a makeup maven, and a model. And while she is probably on social media as much as if not more than the other kids her age, it's part of Kylie's job to do just that. 

Still, this is all a ridiculous amount of money. Most 19-year-olds don't know what to do with all that kind of money. Heck, most older folk don't either. We hope that Momager Kris Jenner is making sure that Kylie is saving a lot of this cash so she can retire by the age of 25, or investing it in the right places. At this rate, retiring way early seems legit. 

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In the meantime, we're going to ponder Kylie's latest lip color and realize why all the Kardashians look so well-rested all the time. Hint: It's because they have zero money worries.

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