Kylie's brother-in-law Kanye West followed them in third, with $150million, but his wife Kim —- the only Kardashian on the list —- just managed to scrape together a mere $72million, netting her 26th place. Kylie's boyfriend Travis Scott also secured an impressive 39th place with his $58million.
While they took slots one and two, Taylor and Kylie also accounted for half of all the women in the top 20; only Harry Potter author JK Rowling ($92m) and Beyonce ($81M) powered in at 13th and 20th, respectively.
In total, just 15 of the top 100 were female, with Ellen DeGeneres, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Pink, Scarlett Johansson, Judge Judy Sheindlin, Jennifer Lopez, Sofia Vergara, Lady Gaga and Celine Dion all nabbing places.
Of course, had Kim and Kanye's fortunes been combined they would have reigned supreme, while the similarly separated Beyonce and Jay-Z would have landed third with their joint $162million tally.
Ed Sheeran had a profitable year, netting $110million and fifth place, a full ten slots above Dwayne Johnson's $89.4million, who was hardly Rock bottom in 15th.