Allen Iverson Stashes Away $32 Million But Can’t Touch It Until He’s 55


Iverson Photo credit: Kingsmen Media

A person with a firm grip on the situation informs me Iverson has an account worth $32 million, a principal he is prohibited from touching until 55. In the meantime, it feeds him $1 million annually.

At 45, Iverson is eligible to start drawing on an NBA pension that maxes out at 10 years of active duty, or take whatever’s there as lump sum. He will be entitled roughly to $8,000 per month ($800 per x 10).

If at all possible, Iverson will issue a restraining order against himself until he’s 62 or so. At that time, I’m told, his lump sum will be between $1.5 million and $1.8 million, or he can elect to take monthly checks of approximately $14,000 per.

The smart friend realized if Iverson was just free to spend the money he would burn through it so he took some of it and set it up long term for him.

The $32 million is known as the “Reebok fund” among Iverson’s friends, because the money came from shoe deals.

143 thoughts on “Allen Iverson Stashes Away $32 Million But Can’t Touch It Until He’s 55”

  1. This story made a lot of hating ass white boys have upset stomachs! I don't see none of them singing that #1 hit song ! Hate like its no tomorrow….. I guess they will come out with some silly shit to say about this…. LOL … They like damn it! lol Good for you AI! love this type of shit…. Jah Bless

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