32nd U.S. President, Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Net Worth is estimated to be $75 Million US Dollars. Franklin Delano Roosevelt or FDR, was an American politician and attorney who served as the 32nd president of the United States from 1933 until his death in 1945. Franklin Roosevelt comes from a family of wealth and has inherited over $3 Million from his father James Roosevelt. Roosevelt’s was a wealthy businessman and Franklin Roosevelt was brought up with all the comforts at home.

Roosevelt Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation)

Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Net Worth is $75 Million USD. Franklin Delano Roosevelt or FDR, was an American politician and attorney who served as the 32nd president of the United States.

Net Worth$175 Million
Assets$45 Million
Liabilities & Loans$2 Million
Investments$14 Million

Franklin Roosevelt Salary

During his term in office, Franklin Roosevelt received a salary of $30,000 a year. Franklin Roosevelt also received an additional $5,000, which pays for the president’s personal expenses, such as food and dry cleaning. Franklin Roosevelt also received $10,000 as a traveling allowance. Franklin Roosevelt and his family has received $120,000 as a renovation expense for the White House. 


Roosevelt Assets & Investments

Franklin Roosevelt was in politics for over three decades long. Such a long stint will apparently don’t come without significant wealth behind him. Franklin Roosevelt’s assets include 12 Real Estate Properties, 10 Cars, 3 luxury yachts. Franklin Roosevelt also has over $15 Million in cash reserves secured in banks through Deposits and Government Bonds.

Roosevelt Wiki

Full NameFranklin Delano Roosevelt 
BornJanuary 30, 1882
DiedApril 12, 1945 (aged 63)
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Worth$175 Million
Roosevelt Net Worth Summary

Exclusive Facts about Franklin Roosevelt

Zodiac SignCapricorn
Favorite ActorC. Aubrey Smith
Favorite ColourYellow
Favorite SportBaseball
Favorite Music ArtistGrieg E.
Favorite Holiday DestinationFrance

Roosevelt Biography


Franklin Roosevelt was born on January 30, 1882, in the Hudson Valley town of Hyde Park, New York, to businessman James Roosevelt and his second wife, Sara Ann Delano. In 1900 Roosevelt entered Harvard University, where he spent most of his time on extracurricular activities and a strenuous social life.

At the 1920 Democratic convention Roosevelt won the nomination for vice president on a ticket with presidential nominee James M. Cox. In 1921, while Roosevelt was on vacation at Campobello Island, Canada, when he was stricken with poliomyelitis. He suffered intensely, and for some time he was almost completely paralyzed.

During his first term as Governor of New York, Roosevelt concentrated on tax relief for farmers and cheaper public utilities for consumers.

Highlights of Roosevelt’s Political Career

  • Roosevelt was reelected to the State Senate in 1912, and supported Woodrow Wilson’s candidacy at the Democratic National Convention.
  • In Chicago in 1932, Roosevelt won the nomination as the Democratic Party candidate for president
  • Roosevelt easily defeated Alfred M. Landon in 1936 and went on to defeat by lesser margins, Wendell Willkie in 1940 and Thomas E. Dewey in 1944. He thus became the only American president to serve more than two terms.
  • By 1939, with the outbreak of war in Europe, Roosevelt was concentrating increasingly on foreign affairs.
  • When Hitler attacked Poland in September 1939, Roosevelt stated that, although the nation was neutral, he did not expect America to remain inactive in the face of Nazi aggression.


What is Franklin D. Roosevelt famous for?

Franklin D. Roosevelt served as the President of the United States during the Second World War, which made him one of the most popular Individuals.

What was the cause of Franklin D. Roosevelt's death?

Hemorrhagic stroke.

What is Franklin D. Roosevelt's salary?

As the president of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt has earned a salary of $30,000 each year.

Where did Roosevelt go to shool?

Roosevelt was home-schooled by tutors until age 14.


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