Matt Salmon Net Worth 2018: What is this U.S. Government Official worth?



Matt Salmon is an American political figure who is a member of the Republican Party (United States). Salmon’s most recent term began January 3, 2013, succeeding David Schweikert and ended January 3, 2017, succeeded by Andy Biggs. Salmon was born on January 21, 1958, in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. This article examines Matt Salmon’s net worth.

Matt Salmon Net Worth 2018: What is this U.S. Government Official worth?Image Credit: United States Congress

Matt Salmon Career and Earnings/Salary

Salmon attended Arizona State University (Bachelor of Arts), and Brigham Young University (Master of Public Administration). Salmon is married to Nancy Salmon and has 4 children.

Salmon has held the offices of Chair of the Arizona Republican Party.

Matt Salmon Net Worth 2018

Matt Salmon is required to file a financial disclosure every year in office. As of the last year we looked at, Salmon has total liabilities of between $200,000 and $500,000. This includes mortgage debt of up to $400,000, and credit card debt of $15000.

In total, Salmon has assets worth between $100,000 and $400,000. Included in these assets are $200,000 in mutual funds, $15000 in cash, and $1000 in real estate. Additionally, Salmon holds other assets of value, such as stakes in Transamerica Life, Corp Capital Trust, Cnl Growth Property Reit, Bank Of America, and Northstar Realty Finance Corp.

So what is political figure Matt Salmon’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Matt Salmon’s net worth as of 2018 is: $300,000