We’re not surprised that the Kardashian clan’s net worth continues to skyrocket, but which member of the family rakes in the most dough? Though Kim Kardashian used to claim the top spot, it’s now being reported that Kylie Jenner has taken over as the cash queen!

The new mom is said to have an astonishing net worth of $368 million thanks to multiple projects. Though the 20-year-old star earns money from Keeping Up
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, social media endorsements, and her clothing line with sister Kendall, it’s her wildly successful makeup empire, Kylie Cosmetics, that brings in the big bucks.

In fact, it’s estimated that the company will be worth $1 billion by 2020 — the same year Kylie turns 25. “I think, truly, I put a lot of hard work into this,” the reality star said of her makeup line, which currently includes her famous lip kits as well as blushes, eyeshadows, highlighters, and more. “It’s not like I am doing this to make money. I don’t even think about that part. This is just something authentic to me.”

The star revealed that she has a “daily meeting” with her Kylie Cosmetics team, and momager Kris Jenner said that her youngest daughter has no plans to slow down. “I don’t think she sees herself stepping away from this brand for many years,” Kris explained. “There is so much more to do with the brand. There are so many pieces of the puzzle to put together to create an entire line of cosmetics. The goal in the future is to just build the whole infrastructure, and figure out what a retail model might look like that could take it globally.”

Her sisters aren’t exactly slackers, though. Kim recently earned $10 million in just four days from sales of her Kimoji Hearts fragrance, and she currently boasts a net worth of $175 million. However, there is a pretty big gap between Kylie, Kim, and the rest of their siblings, as Khloé Kardashian is worth about $40 million, while Kourtney Kardashian is worth $35 million. Kendall currently boasts a net worth of $18 million, while brother Rob Kardashian is worth around $10 million. Can we get in on the action?