X Factor singer's firm holds cash of €100k
on 25/10/2012 00:00:00
The accounts show, at the end of December, Ms Byrne had a cash pile of €108,484 at the firm.
The single mother had worked at check-out No 40 at Tesco's Ballyfermot store for more than a decade before reaching the semi-final of the ITV show in 2010.
Soon after the show, Ms Byrne signed a record deal with Sony to launch her solo music career.
Ms Byrne and her daughter Debbie are the firm's two directors. Hetton Investments Ltd recorded the profit after Ms Byrne's Mine and Yours album went twice platinum in Ireland after going to the top of the charts in March of last year.
The album reached No 6 in Britain.
Ms Byrne, who celebrates her 53rd birthday next week, released a second album, …with Love, in Nov 2011, going gold in Ireland.
The firm's revenues have also been boosted by sales of her autobiography, This is My Life, also released last year.
She also performed at a special gala performance in Dublin for Queen Elizabeth II during her visit last year.