Britney Spears Credit: Getty Images Do you know what's a nice gig? Being in charge of Britney Spears' finances. A judge approved a motion for Spears co-conservator Andrew Wallett to be paid $426,000 this year for his services, according to Radar Online.
"The conservatorship estate entails the active management of Britney Spears' substantial career, business interests and assets as well as numerous trusts and entities," the judge wrote in the decision.
Wallett co-manages all of the singer's personal and professional dealings with her father, Jamie Spears, who is paid $16,000 a month for his services.