One Direction earn £100 million in two years
Its first single, Live While We're Young, became the fastest-selling pre-order single in history, topping the advance sales charts in 40 countries.
As you might imagine, the band's management have been careful about their financial arrangements. The Sun reported back in March that Harry, Louis, Liam, Zayn and Niall had been made directors of two companies, 1D Media and PPM Music, meaning they'll pay 28% tax rather than the normal 50% rate for high-earners.
Whichever way you look at it, their earnings are set to go in one direction for the forseeable future.
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