RYLAN Clark has announced he will be releasing a tell-all book later this year to celebrate 10 years since he found fame on The X Factor.
The 33-year-old announced his latest project on Instagram, sharing a montage of clips from the past decade and adding that he “can’t wait” to share his story.
Alongside the post, Rylan wrote, “TEN: The Decade That Changed My Future. Wow. all the emotions
“This book celebrates my ten years in this crazy industry. We all know I should have lasted ten minutes, so I’ll never know how I lasted ten years.”
Rylan, who split from husband Dan Neal in June last year after six years of marriage, hinted that the book will detail their shock breakup.
He added, “I’ve learned so many lessons, especially over the past year, but it’s been a journey and I can’t wait to share it with you soon.”
There’s no doubt Rylan has plenty to talk about after it was recently revealed that the TV favorite is a multi-millionaire thanks to his many TV appearances.
His vast fortune was revealed in financial reports from his mail order company Rcndorse.
It has paid in £500,000 in the past year, giving it a net worth of £23,625 in fixed assets and £444,926 in current assets.
And that left a profit of £405,809 after accounting for £67,742 with bills.
Rcndorse was established in 2018 and has registered its business in Companies House as ‘retail by mail order or via the internet’.
Despite three years of registration in the commercial register, 2020/21 was the first year of trading.
With its first six-figure return for Rylan covering the year ended June 30, 2021.
His earnings come on the heels of a £300,000 increase in the fortune he holds at property firm Luxenoa.
The annual accounts for the year ended 30 April 2021 show total assets of £1,331,303 – including £1,287,656 in bricks and mortar.
After accounting for long term debt of £1,200,574, Luxenoa retained £130,729 in capital and reserves.
Luxenoa started trading in 2020, buying £984,293 of properties in its first year. Rylan also founded this company in 2018.
In addition, Rylan has his own “performing arts” business, into which he pours his earnings from the entertainment industry.
Called Rylan Limited, it was incorporated in 2013 and its financial records are due to be updated in May.
However, according to the latest accounts, he held £1,644,487 in assets with that company.
They included monies of £1,292,076 owed to his business and £352,411 in cash. His total wealth increased by £260,364 compared to 2019.
Following approval or invoices, it held £1,388,988 in shareholder funds as at 31 August 2020.
Accounts show how his net worth has skyrocketed over the years.
Soared from £81,450 in 2014, first year of trading, to £230,140 in 2016, £605,030 in 2017 before surpassing £1m in 2019 with a net worth of £1,049,099.
Rylan has a fourth private company – Paste Inc. – formed in November 2020 with initial accounts due in August.
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