2020 Net Worth for Senator Bernie Sanders






Last Updated: December 11th, 2019

Average Net Worth: $132,012*

Minimum Net Worth: $-278,975
Maximum Net Worth: $542,999

Average 2018 Income: $570,241**

Min. Gross Income: $570,241
Max. Gross Income: $570,241

Name: Bernie Sanders
Last Filing: May 15th, 2019

Title: Senator
Salary: $174,000

Party: Democrat

Term Start: January 3rd, 2019
Term End: January 3rd, 2025


Assets

TIAA Traditional Annuity$50,001 - $100,000
Valic Fixed Account Plus$50,001 - $100,000
People's United Bank (IRA Cash)$15,001 - $50,000
VALIC Socially Responsible$15,001 - $50,000
TIAA-CREF Real Estatet Sec Instl$15,001 - $50,000
People's United Bank$15,001 - $50,000
CREF Global Equities Account$15,001 - $50,000
CREF Growth Account - R1$15,001 - $50,000
CREF Stock Account - R1$15,001 - $50,000
Valic Small Cap Index$1,001 - $15,000
Valic Global Social Awareness$1,001 - $15,000
North Country Federal Credit Union$1,001 - $15,000
Valic International Eqs Idx$1,001 - $15,000
Valic Inflation Protected Fund$1,001 - $15,000
Valic Small Cap Aggressive Growth$1,001 - $15,000
Valic Small Mid-Growth Fund$1,001 - $15,000
Valic Small Cup Fund$1,001 - $15,000
VALIC Mid Cap Index$1,001 - $15,000
TIAA-CREF Mid-Cap Growth Retire$1,001 - $15,000
CREF Bond Market Account - R1$1,001 - $15,000
CREF Inflation-Linked Bond Acco$1,001 - $15,000
Teachers Personal Annuity Fixed Account$1,001 - $15,000
TIAA Teacher's Personal Annuity Stock Account$1,001 - $15,000
VALIC American Beacon Broadway Large Cap$1,001 - $15,000
VALIC Growth Fund$1,001 - $15,000
Todd R. Lockwood WorksLess Than $1,001
MacMillan - St. Martin's Press, LLC (Royalties)Less Than $1,001
City of Burlington Vermont PensionLess Than $1,001



Income

MacMillan - St. Martin's Press, LLC (Royalties)$391,000
City of Burlington Vermont Pension$5,241



Liabilities

MortgageMortgage via Quicken Loans$250,001 - $500,000


Transactions

TypeAssetAmountDatePartial

BuyVALIC Fixed Account Plus$50,001 - $100,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Core Equity Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Dividend Value$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Science & Technology Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Asset Allocation Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Government Securities Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Strategic Bond Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Vanguard Long-Term Treasury$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Vanguard Lt Investment Grade Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
BuyVALIC American Beacon Broadway Large Cap Growth Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
BuyVALIC Growth Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
BuyVALIC Small Cap Aggressive Growth Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
BuyVALIC Small Mid-Growth Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
BuyVALIC Inflation Protected Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Stock Index Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Vanguard Life-strategy Growth Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Vanguard Life-strategy Moderate Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y
SellVALIC Stock Index Fund$1,001 - $15,00009/13/2018Y



Notes:




Source: US Senate


*Average Net Worth = (Max Net Worth + Min Net Worth) / 2

**Average Income = (Max Net Worth + Min Net Worth) / 2
Includes Salary, Doesn't Include Deductions

Note: Assets and Income are given in ranges, which is why there is a minimum and maximum net worth and income figure.

*Note #2: Filers are NOT required to list their primary residences as assets