While Dolly Parton has certainly made a pretty penny with her own music and movies over the years, there's much more to the country icon's fortune than meets the eye.
Famous, of course, for decades worth of chart-topping and genre-spanning hits, Parton's voice is among the most recognizable in music, just as she herself is unmistakable in her film and television performances.
Becoming a timeless star with countless classics under your belt also opens a new door, as it has for the "Jolene" songstress: Publishing rights.
A recent report from Forbes estimates that Parton is worth $350 million, with a large chunk of that change coming from royalty fees.
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Most notably, the outlet points out, Parton, now 75, retained publishing rights for "I Will Always Love You" when Whitney Houston famously covered the song for the film "The Bodyguard."