Neil Cavuto, born as Neil Patrick Cavuto, is an American TV personality, news anchor, and commentator. She also serves as the business journalist for Box News.
As of 2020, Neil has also amassed a huge sum as his net worth. Besides, he also receives a good amount as his salary for his woks with Fox and other news networks. Get the details here.
How Much is Neil Cavuto's Net Worth?
Neil Cavuto is one of the richest journalists. As of 2020, she has collected a net worth of around $23 million. Needless to mention, he makes his money mainly from his professional accomplishments as a journalist.
Likewise, as the host of some of the successful programs like Your World with Neil Cavuto, Cavuto Live, Cavuto: Coast to Coast, he charges a salary of around $7 million annually.
Before making it big as a Fox News host, Cavuto worked as a principal anchor and reporter for CNBC.
With CNBC, Cavuto co-anchored several shows beginning on April 17, 1989. At the time, Cavuto, on CNBC, hosted Power Lunch and was also a contributor to NBC's Today.
With the channel, he worked for around 15 years, reporting for Nightly Business Report.
Similarly, he also served as New York City bureau chief. Well, Cavuto moved from CNBC to Fox News in July 1996 and worked as a managing editor of Your World with Neil Cavuto.
In fact, in March 2006, he even was appointed as the vice president of business news.
Apart from his career as a journalist, he has also authored two books, More Than Money and Your Money or Your Life. And as one can expect, both his books have been New York Times bestsellers.
Cavuto was born on September 22, 1958, in Westbury, New York, on Long Island. He is the son of Kathleen T. (Feeley), and Patrick "Pat" Cavuto.
While his mother was a United Nations staffer and housewife, his father was a sales executive.
Similarly, his father was of Italian descent, and his mother came from Irish ancestry.
Cavuto grew up in Danbury, Connecticut, where he joined Immaculate High School.
When he turned 17, served as a manager of a fish and chips restaurant; at the time, he was in high school.
Adding to this, Cavuto is the graduate of St. Bonaventure University from where he received a bachelor's degree in mass communication. He received his master's degree from American University.