George Washington Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation)

Net Worth $300 Million
Family Inheritence$85 Million
Assets$58 Million
Liabilities & Loans$8 Million
Investments$25 Million

George Washington Salary

During his term in office, George Washington received a salary of $3,000 a year. George Washington also received an additional $500, which pays for the president’s personal expenses, such as food and dry cleaning. George Washington also received $1,000 as a traveling allowance. George Washington and his family has received $800 as a renovation expense for the White House.

Who inherited George Washington’s wealth?

After the death of George Washington, the entire wealth has been passed down to his two children John and Patsy Parke Custis.

George Washington Assets & Investments

George Washington too was in politics for over three decades long. Such a long stint will apparently don’t come without significant wealth behind him. George Washington’s assets include 12 Real Estate Properties, 7 Cars, 2 luxury yachts. George Washington also has over $32 Million in cash reserves secured in banks through Deposits and Government Bonds.

George Washington Wiki

Full NameGeorge Washington
BornFebruary 22, 1732
DiedDecember 14, 1799
Height6 ft 2 in(1.88 m)
Worth$300 Million

Exclusive Facts about George Washington

Zodiac SignScorpio
Favorite ColourBrown
Favorite SportPolo
Favorite Holiday DestinationFrance

Frequently Asked Questions

What is George Washington most famous for?

George Washington (February 22, 1732 – December 14, 1799) was an American military officer, statesman, and Founding Father who served as the first president of the United States from 1789 to 1797.

Who was George Washington’s wife?

Martha Dandridge Custis Washington.

What religion was George Washington?

Anglican.

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Who was George Washington’s vice President?

John Adams.

What political party was George Washington?

George Washington did not represents any political party.

How long did George Washington serve?

George Washington serve as the first U.S. president, from 1789 to 1797.

George Washington Bio

George Washington (February 22, 1732 – December 14, 1799) was an American military officer, statesman, and Founding Father who served as the first president of the United States from 1789 to 1797.

Military

Lawrence Washington’s service as adjutant general of the Virginia militia inspired his half-brother George Washington to seek a commission. In October 1753, Dinwiddie appointed Washington as a special envoy. Washington’s party reached the Ohio River in November 1753, and were intercepted by a French patrol.

In February 1754, Dinwiddie promoted George Washington to lieutenant colonel and second-in-command of the 300-strong Virginia Regiment, with orders to confront French forces at the Forks of the Ohio. The French detachment proved to be only about fifty men, so George Washington advanced on May 28 with a small force of Virginians and Indian allies to ambush them. In 1755, George Washington served voluntarily as an aide to General Edward Braddock, who led a British expedition to expel the French from Fort Duquesne and the Ohio Country.

Married Martha Dandridge Custis

On January 6, 1759, George Washington, at age 26, married Martha Dandridge Custis, the 27-year-old widow of wealthy plantation owner Daniel Parke Custis. George Washington’s political activities included supporting the candidacy of his friend George William Fairfax in his 1755 bid to represent the region in the Virginia House of Burgesses. George Washington became more politically active in 1769, presenting legislation in the Virginia Assembly to establish an embargo on goods from Great Britain.

First U.S President

The delegates to the Convention anticipated a George Washington presidency and left it to him to define the office once elected. Washington was inaugurated on April 30, 1789, taking the oath of office at Federal Hall in New York City. Though George Washington wished to serve without a salary, Congress insisted adamantly that George Washington accept it, later providing Washington $25,000 per year to defray costs of the presidency.

In the 21st century, George Washington’s reputation has been critically scrutinized. Nonetheless, George Washington maintains his place among the highest-ranked U.S. Presidents, listed second (after Lincoln) in a 2021 C-SPAN poll.

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