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Counting On: Jessa And Ben Have Multiple Income Streams

Counting On: Jessa And Ben Have Multiple Income Streams

Fans of the Duggar family want to know how Jessa Duggar and her husband Ben Seewald earn their money. The stars of Counting On are the parents of Spurgeon, Henry and baby daughter Ivy. Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald also have a fourth child on the way. But a baby isn’t the only change in Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald’s world. There’s another big change in the Seewald family recently that’s affecting Ben Seewald and Jessa Duggar’s livelihood. In January 2021, Ben was officially ordained as a pastor. According to Christianity Today.

Ben Seewald and Jessa Duggar seem to be doing OK financially – they even took their kids on a mini-break to Florida recently. Jessa Duggar posted pictures of the whole family at the beach on Instagram and everyone seemed to be having a great time. But scroll on to find out how Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald earn their money.

Counting On: Jessa And Ben Have Multiple Income Streams

Jessa and her husband, Ben, are probably the most popular ‘Counting On’ actors. The couple earns money from a variety of sources and have a large net worth for people in their 20s.

According to Hollywood Gossip, Jessa Duggar and Ben’s finances are on solid ground, as the couple’s net worth is $400,000. We don’t know exactly how much Jessa and Ben make for Counting On, but reality TV producer Terence Michael told E! News, “If TLC budgets about $250,000 to $400,000 per episode… that would mean $25,000 to $40,000 in the Duggars’ pockets for four or five days’ work, which is roughly how long it takes to film a typical episode.”

Like the other adult Duggar sisters, Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald earn decent money for the TLC reality series. Jessa Duggar apparently brings in significant money as a social media influencer; she has 2.2 million Instagram followers and over 140,000 subscribers to her Jessa Seewald YouTube channel. Ben is out of school and will be able to work as an ordained pastor, which will add another source of income to the Seewald family bank account.

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  1. Who are these articles written by ? It would make sense to use proper English so those interested could follow the story without the confusion. Please have the author of the articles use proper pronouns; as far as I remember Eric was a “he” and Larissa was a “she” !

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