Sister Wives fans know that Kody Brown has been on TLC for over a decade. Apparently, he has earned a reasonable amount of money over the years. However, some fans wonder if he even has a real job outside of the show. Well, according to him, he does.
Kody Brown has a lot of kids and with his four wives, he obviously needs a lot of income to support them all. Apparently, his total income from the show, as of last year, was in the range of $4 million.
Well, that’s not all that much money when you take into account the number of people who depend on his money for food on the table. His fans know that he obviously receives income from the best-selling book the family has written. But many TLC fans suspect that the only reason she lets Meri Brown stick around is because of her substantial income from LuLaroe.
The women on Sister Wives make an effort to generate their own income, and that’s passed on to some of the guys. People like Maddie Brown Brush, Christine and Janelle Brown have all partnered up to sell various products.
In Meri Brown’s case, she left and purchased her BNB, Lizzy’s Heritage Inn in Utah. However, since she raised her own down payment for the purchase, it looks like Kody Brown won’t be getting his hands on any of that money.
Sister Wives: Kody Brown’s Financial Struggles
TLC fans know that since moving to Flagstaff, Kody Brown and his wives have been stressed about finances. Homes in Las Vegas were selling very slowly, which put a strain on the budget.
Janelle Brown, in particular, seemed unhappy because Kody Brown didn’t sell properties in Las Vegas before moving to Flagstaff. Well, since then, during Covid, Kodyhas asked for financial assistance according to TV Shows Ace. In addition, he owed back taxes on the property in Coyote Pass.
When Sister Wives fans learned that Kody joined Cameo, the outlet reported that he talked about his sources of income. One fan wanted to know what he did as an actual job. Well, he stammered a bit about being an entrepreneur and also mentioned self-employment. Elaborating, he revealed that he trades as a collectibles dealer. Well, that too ended due to Covid-19 demoting him and that probably justifies why he sought financial assistance.