Sarah Palin Has Earned an Estimated $12 Million Since July
April 13, 2010 by Post Team
Sarah Palin Has Earned an Estimated $12 Million Since July: According To ABC News — Experts can debate the costs and political benefits of Sarah Palin’s decision to resign as governor of Alaska, but the monetary advantages of leaving office $ 125,000 a year public service are beyond doubt.
Since leaving in late July 2009, the Republican vice presidential candidate 2008 has brought at least 100 times his salary of age – now estimated haul of more than $ 12 million – through television and book offers and a heavy schedule of appearances about the value of five and six figures.
That conservative estimate is based on available public records and news. The actual number is probably much higher, but it is difficult to quantify because of Palin not knowing their profits. She reportedly has an agreement of U.S. $ 7 million for his first book, with the bulk of that money to be after his resignation as governor, and will earn about $ 250,000 per episode, according to the website of The Daily Beast to each of eight episodes of a reality show about Alaska for The Learning Channel. She has managed to keep at bay reliable data on earnings of a multiyear contract with Fox News and a deal with HarperCollins second book.
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