Despite having formed over 50 years ago and splitting 43 years ago, The Beatles have still managed to turn over an £43.5 million fortune in 2012.
The figure is even £2 million higher than last year according to the band's business, Apple Corps Limited.
Living Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, as well has George Harrison and John Lennon's widows Olivia Harrison and Yoko Ono will receive £5.1 million each in dividends, promotional activities and name and likeness payments.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, a source said: "The Beatles have been the most famous band in the world since the 60s and it keeps on paying.
''The obsession with the Fab Four has never stopped, even half a century after they started. 'So the money just keeps rolling in.''
Back in June, drummer Ringo Starr opened up about the possibility of a Beatles reunion in 2013 were all band members still alive today.
"It's a crazy question," he told the Mirror newspaper. "I'd like to think, yes, we would."
He continued: "Paul still goes out with his band, I go out with him and John would probably have been going out with his... But who knows, it could have come together."