David and Victoria Beckham made £61,644 a day in profits in 2014, new figures show.
The pair raised a total of £22.5 million from their combined business ventures.
Beckham Brand Holdings, which represents Victoria’s fashion interests and the marketing of David’s image, reported profits after tax of £12.69 million.
Footwork Productions, which oversees the exploitation of David’s name and image, made profits of £9.8 million after tax.
The figures, filed at Companies House, also show that turnover from the two businesses totalled £65.8 million.
Victoria Beckham’s fashion range and related activities made £34.5 million, while David brought in £17.2 million through Beckham Brand Holdings and £14.1 million through Footwork.
While turnover at Footwork fell slightly in 2014, at Beckham Brand Holdings it increased by 55%.
Profits at Beckham Brand soared sevenfold from £1.54 million to £12.69 million - a rise of 724%.
The company paid corporation tax of £3.5 million on its profits.
Beckham Brand Holdings is controlled by David and Victoria Beckham along with Robert Dodds of XIX Entertainment - the organisation set up by the Beckhams’ manager, Simon Fuller.
It employed an average of 100 staff in 2014 and had a total wage bill of £5.5 million.
The accounts state that the company is planning to expand further the size of Victoria Beckham’s fashion business and the range of items on sale.