Business is booming for the Beckhams. David and Victoria turned over more than £65million last year, thanks to their various businesses ranging from fashion to football.
Their accounts were made public through documents filed with Companies House, the business that registers information online that companies are legally required to supply.
Victoria and David's company Brand Beckham Holdings raked in the whopping figure last year, but after tax and costs, their profit amounted to £12.6million.
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David and Victoria Beckham's fortune comes from their various businesses including fashion and football
Through their company they paid themselves £3million each and also paid their manager Simon Fuller the same amount. The superstar couple were recently valued at £508million and are said to make £68,000 a day after tax.
Victoria may have shut the door on her Spice Girls days years ago but since turning her hand to design, the former singer has become a frontrunner in the fashion world.
Celebrities who have worn her label include Sienna Miller, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Olivia Palermo, Miranda Kerr and Victoria's best friend Eva Longoria.
The couple's four children including sons Romeo and Cruz (pictured) make up the Beckham brand
Her ready-to-wear Victoria Beckham collection has handbags selling for up to £18,000, while the ex-pop star also makes money from her slightly more casual Victoria, Victoria Beckham brand and not to mention her denim and eye make-up collections.
David, meanwhile, may have retired from football two years ago but he still remains highly bankable. The former England football captain has done advertisement deals with Adidas, H&M, Pepsi, Sky, Sainsbury's, Belstaff and Breitling to name a few and this year he has been in the spotlight for his Haig Club whiskey brand.
The power couple's four children also make up Brand Beckham. David and Victoria's eldest sons Brooklyn and Romeo have already launched their modelling careers with Romeo featuring in Burberry campaigns.
"He's worked in the local café cleaning up dishes for the last two years, which I think is great," said Victoria
Brooklyn, 16, has starred on the front covers of teenage magazines and has also held down a few part-time jobs during his school holidays. While the latter may not contribute to Brand Beckham, his strong work ethic is something that is highly regarded in the Beckham household.
"He's worked in the local café cleaning up dishes for the last two years, which I think is great," Victoria said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show earlier this year. "It's important that the kids have a good work ethic and try to help other people as well."