How Much Money Does Mr. Burns Have? Why It is More Than $1,000,000,000.00

If you’ve guessed it, I’ve actually been watching the Simpsons quite a bit lately, as its been giving me a light hearted TV show to watch while I’m quarantined in the house on weekends. I’ve become fascinated with the Simpsons character Mr. Burns, in that he is pretty much everything I’ve aspired to be up until this point. Mr. Burns has a net worth in the range of likely $1,200,000,000.00, and he has essentially unlimited power of Springfield within the show, as he owns all of the cable broadcasting stations, and he regularly exerts his power to the fullest extent over the humble, family-oriented citizens of Springfield. And now let’s look at the question of “how much money does Mr. Burns have?” Enjoy this blog post on Mr. Burns, depending on how the character posts work, there may be many more to come! And be sure to subscribe to our blog for regular information on all things Finance, TV and Accounting.

Other Top Wealth TV Character that I plan to review include:

Mr. Krabs

Bobby Axelrod

how much money does mr. burns have?Smithers from the Simpsons

Lois’s Dad Carter from Family Guy

Scrooge McDuck

Bruce Wayne

Tony Stark

Dr. Doom

Seto Kaiba

Lex Luthor

Richie Rich

The Monopoly Man

Jay Gatsby

Uncle Penny Bags, The Monopoly Man

Lucius Malfoy

Walden Schmidt

Tywin Lannister

Christian Grey

Jabba the Hutt

Gordon Gekko

Forrest Gump

Charles Foster Kane

Black Panther, T’Challa

Smaug the Dragon

And a host of other characters. I am very excited to blow through this list of cartoon millionaires and billionaires and to talk about how much money they each have.

How Much Money Does Mr. Burns Have? Breaking Down his Power Plant in SpringField

In the above video it looks like Mr. Burns has something in the range of $1,200,000,000.00, and that in other videos I’ve seen him having as little as just $700,000,000.00. Either way, Mr. Burns is a powerful billionaire with a ridiculous amount of wealth, as the “ridiculous” amount of wealth figures typically start at around the $75,000,000 range to the $200,000,000 range, and just get more and more ridiculous from there. When you think about how much money someone with say $2,000,000.00 has compared to someone with $12,000, and then you think about $175,000,000, and then from there you think about what Jeff Bezos’s $200,000,000,000.00 looks like, you start to see just how insane the wealth gap is in this country, and it is getting worse by the day.

But onto the power plant that Mr. Burns owns in Springfield, I think it is fair to say that Mr. Burns likely earns in the range of about $30,000,000 per year in salary from that power plant, and that he has managed to stack up well over $1,000,000,000.00 from his troubles in doing so. As far as his assets go, here’s what I was able to come up with:

$400,000,000.00 home

$300,000,000.00 Power Plant

$25,000,000 in Stock Investments (remember he lost the majority of his money betting on old companies in the stock market)

$20,000,000.00 from his other companies

$400,000,000 from random winnings.

This takes his fortune to right around $1,200,000,000.00, which I think is very accurate.

Final Thoughts on How Much Money Mr. Burns Has, and Why None of Us Will Likely Ever Get to This Much Money

How much money do you think Mr. Burns has to his name, and do you think that my $1.2 Billion mark is accurate? Leave a comment down below and let us know what you think, and be sure to subscribe to our blog for regular finance information! Depending on how this blog post does, I will scale up the content around cartoon characters net worth, so be sure to let me know how it is going to far regarding your interest in this topic! Thanks for reading and I’ll see you on the flip side.

 

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Sources:

https://www.bankrate.com/banking/cds/cd-rates/

https://money.cnn.com/data/markets/

 

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