According to court documents filed on January 31 and obtained by The Blast, the late singer left behind a fortune in cash and assets. The assets left in his name include $18,719,062 in cash, a sealed box labeled “Prince Concert Tribute,” several lots of land and seven homes in Minnesota.
Prince’s assets were also held in various music companies he owned. Paisley Park Enterprises, for example, has $1,178,991.29 in cash left by Prince along with six automobiles (including a 1992 Ford Thunderbird, 1995 Jeep UT, 1997 Lincoln Town Car, 2004 Cadillac, 2010 Mercedes Benz, 2011 Lincoln MKT) and four homes in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
Another one of his companies, NPG Music Publishing, lists assets of $11,953,463.46 in cash along with another home in Minneapolis. NPG Records holds a total of $8,192,512 in cash.
The last two companies, Lotus Flower LLC and Prince Tribute LLC, hold over $155,000 in cash, according the blast.
The grand total of money left by Prince when he passed comes to $40,199,028.75.