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12 July 2013, 12:10
The 'DNA' stars are said to now have earnings coming in "thick and fast" from their business ventures.
Little Mix have reportedly earned over £1 million since their win on The X Factor UK in 2011.
The 'Wings' singers are said to have made £1.2 million as of the end of the financial year in December 2012, with that figure not even taking into account income from their recent UK tour and album royalties.
According to a new report Little Mix have even set up their own company Eternal Dance Media to look after their growing earnings, from merchandise, record sales, tours and appearances.
"The girls have barely had any time off since they won The X Factor,' a source told The Sun this week. "They got straight into the studio, then their tour, then were thrown into trying to crack America.
"They're now starting to see some proper records for all of the hard graft," they explained. "For a long the they were only on a very small amount of money, because it always takes a while for song royalties to come through.
Check out a picture of Little Mix at a fan signing event in America recently below (Credit: PA):
"But now it's started to come in thick and fast," the source added. "Given the girls have almost now expenses, they are always working, they get most of their clothes free and things such as bottle service in nightclubs are gratis, a lot of the income into that business will be saved up."
Little Mix have now started teasing their new album, the follow-up to their 2012 debut 'DNA', and promised fans a "more mature" sound on the follow-up.