How Much is Facebook Really Worth? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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9:07 AM EST January 13th, 2012

January 13, 2012

Pundits predict that Facebook will file its IPO between April and June, reports Mashable. 

The infographic below, created by Accounting Degree Online, deconstructs Facebook’s projected $100 billion valuation and how much each of the main players will likely be getting. Mashable reports Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will earn around $25 billion and control 24 percent of the company. Others reaping a big chunk of the IPO pot will likely include co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, co-founder Eduardo Saverin, co-founder Chris Hughes and Sean Parker, Napster co-founder who owns 4 percent of the social network.

(Related:Facebook Opens Wallet to all Virtual Currency)

Facebook’s IPO will be the largest ever by a tech company — six times that of Google’s, according to Accounting Degree Online. In comparison, check out the public valuation of Disney ($61 billion), Amazon ($88.3 billion) and McDonald’s ($95.6 billion).

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