Washington is the only state that is home to two $100-billion-plus billionaires: Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates. With Steve Ballmers and MacKenzie Scotts $50-plus billion net worth, the average fortune of the 21 billionaires in the Evergreen State stands at more than $22 billion.Washington is the only state that is home to two $100-billion-plus billionaires: Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates. With Steve Ballmer
Who is the richest person in the WA?
WA Rich List 2019Gina Rinehart. $15.66 billion | Hancock Propsecting.Andrew Forrest. $7.82 billion | Fortescue Metals Group. 3. Kerry Stokes. $4.99 billion | Seven Group Holdings. Hancock heirs. $4.95 billion | Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd. Wright heirs. $3.33 billion. Roberts family. Buckeridge heirs. Perron family. More items
How many millionaires are there in WA?
Households with more than $1 million in investable assetsStateMillionaire householdsMillionaires as share of all householdsWashington186,3966.51%Idaho30,1104.81%Nevada56,4525.15%North Dakota19,6626.00%6 more rows
Where do the rich live in Washington State?
Detailed List Of The Richest Cities In WashingtonRankCityMedian Income1Sammamish$174,0032Snoqualmie$145,5803Duvall$159,5974Bainbridge Island$117,99080 more rows
Is Clive Palmer a billionaire?
The ebullient resources player and former member of the Australian Parliament, Clive Palmer became a billionaire in 2019. His fortune soared after a court ordered a flow of iron-ore royalties to his company, Mineralogy, to resume.
How did Clive Palmer get so rich?
Mineralogy. In 1985 and 1986 Palmer founded three companies which undertook mining exploration in Western Australia (WA). These included Mineralogy, a company which in 2006 had 160 billion tonnes (160×109 long tons; 180×109 short tons) of iron ore reserves in the Pilbara Ranges, in remote northern Western Australia.