According to the Boston Globe, Warren’s disclosure does not detail how much in royalties she will receive on the book, which is her eleventh, published by the New York-based Henry Holt and Co. However, her returns reportedly noted that her “advance and royalties [are] based on customary and usual terms.”
Warren reportedly received an excess of $500,000 for her last book, A Fighting Chance, published by the same company.
Ironically, Warren — who has claimed to fight against big business — was also paid more than $200,000 in over three years while working “on behalf of big business.” She was paid by Travelers, the nation’s largest insurer.
According to Warren’s latest financial disclosure, she has a net worth of at least $2.5 million. And when her net worth is combined with the worth of her husband, Bruce Mann, the couple is reportedly worth more than $4.74 million.
Warren’s latest book was seen as the Massachusetts senator’s attempt to position herself as a candidate for a 2020 presidential election. However, during an interview with Bloomberg this month, she said, “I’m not running for president.”
“It’s a very thoughtful question, but I actually have to put this in a temporal place,” Warren said. “I’m not running for president. I’m running for my election for Senate in 2018, and I announced very early because I want people to know I am all in.”