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Taylor Swift Hailed as 2015 Highest-Earning Musician

Taylor-SwiftWith reported million-dollar-a-day earnings, “Bad Blood” hit maker Taylor Swift is definitely far from being low on dough.

At just age 26, Taylor Swift has been named as world’s highest-earning musician amassing a lucrative $317.8 million dollars so far this year, according to reports. The country-turned-pop singer is even expected to top the foreseen $365 million earning by the end of the 2015.

Swift’s hefty net worth can be attributed to her latest released album, 1989, where she featured several hit series like “Shake It Off,” “Blank Space” and “Bad Blood.” Daily Mail reports that Swift’s fifth album released October last year has hit sales $1.27 million sales on its first week alone as it topped charts worldwide.

Tay Tay’s financial success is also boosted by her 1989 World Tour which globe-trots to 85 destinations. It was also reported that her mere five shows in North America alone had drove $16 million earnings from 149,708 ticket sales.

Atop her music-inclined endeavors, Swift is as well committed to endorsements that add up to her big bank account as she is booked to brands like Keds, Elizabeth Arden, Diet Coke and many others. Plus, the crooner has enlisted massive investments in three companies for music management and touring.

Swift’s newly found flame has also made her enlisted as one of the pairings that have a money spinning net worth combined. With her beau Calvin Harris, the couple makes up a whopping $146 million net worth according to a poll. The two music icons, who announced their relationship last May, even topped “Drunk In Love” husband-and-wife tandem, Beyonce and Jay Z who have had a combined treasure trove amounting to $110 million last year.

The pop star’s huge financial success is also seen to be influenced by her money-minded parents as her father, Scott, is a wealth management adviser, while her mom, Andrea, is a former mutual fund executive.

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