That’s how much money Parisa Amiri earns

Parisa Amiri is only 30 years old – but has already had time for a lot.

Included in her CV are, among other things, managerial jobs at Nöjesguiden and host roles for both “Kobra” and her own talk show “Edit: Parisa Amiri”.

In February 2020, she and her teammate combed Gunnar Wetterberg home his second straight victory in the SVT flagship On the track – also with a points record.

She is as sharp as a few, in other words. Is it doing just as well on the economic front? It has News24 answers to!

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A monthly salary of more than SEK 40,000

In 2019, Amiri had a taxed income of SEK 504,400. Divided into 12 months, it gives her a monthly income of just over SEK 42,000.

Not bad!

Assets of over a million

She also sits on the board of a company that conducts consulting activities as a journalist, editor and program manager in the media and travel industry.

The company, called Parisa Amiri Productions AB, had sales of SEK 2,070,000 in 2020.

Last year’s profit landed at SEK 424,000, but the company has total assets worth as much as SEK 1,419,000, according to AllaBolag.

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