Stephen Breyer Net Worth is estimated to be $72 Million USD. The net worth of Stephen Breyer has grown at a rate of 6% over the past five years. Stephen Breyer’s collection of cars includes a Mustang, Mercedes, and Audi. Stephen Breyer has served as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States since 1994. Stephen Breyer spent 8 years in the United States Army Reserve including 6 months on active duty in the Army Strategic Intelligence.
Stephen Breyer Net Worth
|Current Net Worth||$72 Million US Dollars|
|Income Tax Paid in Previous Year||$920,000 USD|
|Annual Income||$3 Million USD|
|Salary as Judge||$435,000 USD|
Stephen Breyer Cars
Judge Stephen Breyer is an old-school car enthusiast. Stephen Breyer owns many vintage models of Ford, GM, and Mercedes. The value of cars owned by Judge Stephen Breyer accounts for 5% of his total net worth and wealth.
- 1955 Chevy
- Ford Mustang -1978 King Kobra
- Mercedes S-Class
Judge Stephen Breyer Annual Income
|2021||$3 Million USD|
|2020||$2 Million USD|
|2019||$5 Million USD|
|2018||$2 Million USD|
|2017||$3 Million USD|
|2016||$3 Million USD|
|2015||$2 Million USD|
|2014||$2 Million USD|
|2013||$1 Million USD|
Judge Stephen Breyer Houses
Stephen Breyer owns a total of three house properties. Stephen Breyer owns a 4,000 sq/ft house in upscale Washington D.C. Stephen Breyer also owns a house in California. The total value of houses owned by Judge Stephen Breyer accounts for around 20% of his total net worth and wealth data.
|House Location||Property Value|
|Washington||$5 Million USD|
|California||$2 Million USD|
|San Francisco||$7 Million USD|
How much salary does Judge Stephen Breyer earn?
As one of the justices of the United States Supreme Court, Stephen Breyer earns an annual take-home salary of $435,000 USD. Judge Stephen Breyer is also entitled to an additional travelling allowance.
Stephen Breyer Bio
Stephen Breyer was born on August 15, 1938, in San Francisco, California. After high school, Stephen Breyer studied philosophy at Stanford University. Stephen Breyer graduated in 1959 with a Bachelor of Arts degree with the highest honors and membership in Phi Beta Kappa.
After law school, Stephen Breyer served as a law clerk to associate justice Arthur Goldberg of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1964 to 1965.
Stephen Breyer returned to Harvard Law School as an assistant professor in 1967. Stephen Breyer taught at Harvard Law until 1980.
While teaching at Harvard as a professor, Stephen Breyer took several leaves of absence to serve in the U.S. government.
In his last days as a President, Jimmy Carter nominated Breyer to the First Circuit, to a new seat established by 92 Stat.
In 1994, President Bill Clinton considered Stephen Breyer for the seat vacated by Byron White before ultimately appointing Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
In 2016, Stephen Breyer broke a federal law that bans judges from hearing cases when they or their spouses or minor children have a financial interest in a company involved.
Stephen Breyer confirmed his retirement in a White House announcement alongside President Biden on January 28, 2022.