Ingraham has a net worth of $10 million. She founded conservative website LifeZette in 2002 and is the first woman called on at the first press conference held by Sean Spicer following the inauguration. In 2013, she sold her majority stake in the site to Daryl Katz, a Canadian billionaire. Ingraham has been accused of being anti-homosexual, although she does support civil unions between same-sex partners.
Currently, Ingraham earns $15 million a year as a TV host on Fox News. She also makes money from her book sales, with several books reaching the top ten of the New York Best Sellers list. Ingraham is the owner of a home in McLean, Virginia that she owns for $1.6 million. The property has a pool and a large patio. It is currently valued at $3.3 million.
After graduating from college, Laura Ingraham pursued a career in law and became a lawyer. After becoming a lawyer, she became the editor of a conservative newspaper in New York. Her net worth is estimated at $10 million. She has three children. One is born in Russia and the other two was born in Guatemala. She has been married to James V. Reyes since April 2005.