According to the NIV Bible in 1 Kings 10:13-15 and 2 Chronicles 9:12-14, King Solomon received 666 talents (t) of gold per year as salary. He also received other moneys from various merchants, traders and surrounding governments. If we just look at his annual salary, one talent of gold is approximately equal to 34.5 kg. One kilogram converts to 1109 troy ounces (ozt). At current market prices (August 2009), one troy ounce of gold trades for about $960 U.S. Dollars (USD). Multiplying $960 x 1109ozt x 666t = 709,050,024 or roughly 709 million dollars per year. Keep in mind this was only his annual salary, not including any 'bonuses' or investments. King Solomon ruled for 40 years so that's like 40 billion during his lifetime. If you take into account all the extra income he surely would have received, I'd guess his net worth to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 100 billion. Just to put that into perspective, Bill Gates is currently the richest man in the world with a net worth of maybe 40 billion. Of course, Mr. Gates doesn't have 700 wives to take care of.
Taken into account what his farther (David) had allready on todays market around $1000us an oz he was worth 222 trillon dollars
This answer is off by about 25%. A talent of gold is closer to a 100 lbs. This answer has a talent figured at just about 75 lbs.