Phil Murphy Net Worth, Bio and Taxes

Phil Murphy Net Worth

Phil Murphy Net Worth :  An American financier and politician from the Democratic party who is elected as governor of the state of New Jersey, Phil Murphy net worth is estimated to be $35 million as of 2017. Also Phil Murphy annual income is estimated to be $6.5 million. It was found that in 2014 Murphy earned $6 million and paid $2 million as income taxes for 34 percent tax rate. Murphy is a philanthropic person and he love to spend time in philanthropic activity. He always donates about 25 percent of his annual income to charity. As of past record, with in five years(2009-2014) he donated about $5,00,000 as charity.

Phil Murphy was born on 16 August 1957 in Needham, Massachusetts, US in a Irish American family. Being born in a middle class family, Murphy struggled so much in his early life. He began working as a dishwasher at the age of 13 to support his family wealth. His father is a high school drop out person and there is no category of work for him. And his mother is a secretary.

Murphy was graduated from Harvard University in Economics in 1979 and received M.B.A. from Warton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1983. While he was studying M.B.A. he got opportunity of summer associate internship in Goldman Sachs in 1982. He worked as an internship for about 6-7 month and after he completed his M.B.A., he got hired in Goldman Sachs. Murphy retired from Golden Sachs in 2006 after spending his 23 years of life in Golden Sachs. He started his career as a internship fellow. Ability in making deals and good handling capacity of business responsibility raised his fame in a very short time period. He ended up all the business responsibilities of the firm and became senior director of the Goldham Sachs in 2003.

Murphy served for the Democratic National Committee as a finance chair after he got retired from Goldham Sachs. As a finance chair of DNS, Murphy has raised $300 million for the committee. Murphy is also personal donor to Democratic Candidates. By the end of 2009, he has donated about $1.5 million to Democratic Candidates.