Jill Duggar, husband Derick Dillard, and son Israel are back in the United States after less than three months since they returned to Central America. As their trips became frequent, some people wonder how they are able to finance them.

How much is Jill worth?

According to Romper, Jill has an estimated Net Worth of $400,000. However, there's no supporting evidence to calculate the amount as she does not work in a traditional sense. The whole Duggar Family has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million, but given the size of their clan, it is not that much.

Jill Dillard's income comes from sources such as donations for their missionary works, which is why her family often gets into hot water whenever some people think they are misusing the funds donated to them. Of course, she also has other means, such as her appearance in the "19 Kids and Counting" spin-off series, "Jill & Jessa: Counting On." According to estimates, each cast member gets around $25,000 to $75,000 per episode for their reality TV show.

The second eldest daughter of the Duggar's was also part of the documentary titled "Breaking the Silence" with her sister Jessa Duggar Seewald, which addressed the molestation scandal their brother, Josh, got into in 2015. She is also a co-author of the book "Growing up Duggar" with her sisters Jessa, Jinger, and Jana.

Duggars under fire for asking people for money

One of the most recent times that Jill and Derick came under fire for asking for people's money was when they were about to return to the States to prepare for the birth of their second baby, as reported by CafeMom. The couple wrote in the Dillard family website about continued support as their mission in El Salvador came to a close and they prepared to return to Arkansas.

They directed readers to the donation page of their site.

In February, the husband and wife also called for a $1 a day pledge to help their missionary activities. They wrote that the financial pledge would help cover the cost of meals they serve to children every week. Back in 2015, they were also criticized for a month's trip to the U.S.

to attend their cousin, Amy Duggar's wedding and "to take care of some things."

Other members of the family have also been accused of taking advantage of their system. Jim Bob and Michelle asked for contributions to help produce content for their Duggar Studios channel on YouTube. Jessa asked fans for gift cards, and charges people to listen to her fashion advice. She has an upcoming talk in Ohio this June, which costs $20, inclusive of a lunch and a chance to interact with Jessa in a meet and greet.

"Counting On" Season 3 airs on June 12 at 9/8 c on TLC.