The news that Kim Kardashian is worth a lot of money probably won't come as much of a shock to you.
But the latest report on just how much money Kim is raking in might have you picking your jaw up off the floor.
It's worth noting right off the bat that unlike her youngest sister -- who is officially the world's youngest "self-made" billionaire (more on that later) -- or her husband, who recently crossed the 10-figure threshold himself, Kim has not reached the billion-dollar milestone.
But were it not for the career she built almost single-handedly, would the people around her be quite so successful?
There's a reason we always we always feel the need to put Kylie's "self-made" distinction in quotes -- were it not for the globally-recognized brand Kim developed while Kylie was not yet in her teens, Stormi's mom would likely just be another influencer peddling lip liners on the 'Gram.
As for Kanye, sure he was already one of the world's most famous hip hop artists when he married Kim, but his estimated $1.3 billion net worth is largely due to his Yeezy clothing brand, which was aided immeasurably by his marriage to a fashion icon.
The point is, Kim is not only wealthy, she's a wealth magnet.
She's the kind of entrepreneur who makes other people rich simply be being in their lives.
Of course, it's not as though Kim is creating all of this wealth solely out of the goodness of her heart.
As a new report from Cosmo confirms, she's raking in a fair share of the proceeds, as well.
So how much is Kim actually worth?
Roughly $350 million, with about $80 million a year in earnings.
Like most big money celebs these days, Kim has numerous revenue streams pouring into her bank accounts, and while a handful of haters would love for her to go away, if cash flow is any indication, Kim is more popular than ever.
Her KKW Beauty brand is currently her most profitable, and Forbes values the company at roughly $100 million.
Kim's Skims shapewear line is not far behind, with products selling out so fast that certain items are beginning to rival Kanye's Yeezy sneakers in terms of secondary market value.
The latest Skims launch reportedly earned Kim $2 million in the span of just 2 minutes.
Not too shabby.
Of course, Kim hasn't lost sight of what made her famous in the first place.
(No, we're not talking about her sex tape with Ray J. Although its a testament to her business acumen that Kim was able to capitalize on that leaked footage to become one of the most famous people on the planet.)
The Kardashians are, first and foremost, a media family.
And Kim hasn't lost sight of that fact, even as she's shifted her focus to her fashion and beauty ventures.
The family's exact Keeping Up With the Kardashians earnings have not been disclosed, but the last time the members of the Kard clan renewed their contracts with E!, they signed on the dotted line for somewhere in the neighborhood of $100 million.
That was in 2017, and while it's unclear how the earnings are divided, you can bet that Kris and her daughters are all pullin in nice incomes from KUWTK.
As Cosmo points out, Kim is still raking it in from forgotten ventures such as her smartphone game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, which became an instant success upon its launch in 2016 and remains popular in certain overseas markets.
The upshot of all this is that Kim is still doing very, very well for herself -- and there's no end in sight.
Will she ever reach billionaire status like her husband and little sister?
Well, that may not be Kim's goal, as these days, much of her energy goes toward less lucrative efforts, such as criminal justice reform.
Kim is working on becoming a lawyer, and she's already helped secure presidential pardons for several non-violent offenders.
While her work in that arena is no doubt highly rewarding, it doesn't rake in the bucks quite like her media and fashion ventures.
But these days, Kim has reached the point in her career where she can afford to focus her attention wherever she sees fit.
And regardless of whether or not Kim ever joins the billionaires' club, we think it's safe to say her four children will probably never want for anything.