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Richard Nixon's Net Worth - His Post Presidential ""Personal Financial Information"" Nixon lists assets of more than $4 million, and no liabilities
24/01/1984. Richard Nixon We have never before seen such a document relating to a president’s personal finances reach the marketRichard Nixon resigned the Presidency in August 1974 under a cloud of scandal, after an extensive impeachment-related inquiry that left him with few allies. Following his resignation, the Nixons flew to their home La Casa Pacifica in San Clemente, California. He had very little money relatively speaking - at one point in early 1975 he had only $500 in the bank - and nothing to do. In August 1975, he met with British talk-show host and producer David Frost, who paid him $600,000 for extensive, revealing interviews that were the talk of the time. The interviews helped improve Nixon's financial position, as did the sale of his Key Biscayne property. On August 10, 1979, the Nixons purchased a 12_room condominium occupying the seventh floor at 817 Fifth Avenue in New York City, after being rejected by two Manhattan co-ops. After eighteen months in the New York City townhouse, Nixon and his wife moved in 1981 to Saddle River, New Jersey.In 1983, Nixon looked to move back to New York and applied to a co-op board to live at 760 Park Avenue, where the vice president of the board was Arturo Peralta-Ramos. But condo boards are known for being selective, and the board was not excited about his moving there. As the Washington Post reported, ""Former President Richard Nixon was set to buy a $1.8 million apartment on Park Avenue today, but a last-minute court order temporarily blocked the deal. Jacob M. Kaplan, a 92-year-old philanthropist and business tycoon … [Click Below for Full Description]
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