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Musicians Taylor Swift, left, and Stevie Nicks perform onstage during the 52nd annual Grammy Awards held at Staples Center on Jan. 31, 2010, in Los Angeles.

Struggling financially? Winning a Grammy could help.

Behind the additional fame and glory that a Grammy victory offers, the financial boost it offers is greater, according to an article by Forbes.

Those behind the scenes of a Grammy awardee, like Jim Jonson, a producer for Lil Wayne’s “Lollipop,” have a huge earnings boost. After the award, Jonsin’s producer fee jumped 90 percent.

“Songwriters and producers, they don’t really appear on camera,” Jonsin told Forbes. “For those guys, it’s a (particularly) big deal.

Part of the great financial swell comes from touring acts after the award. Taylor Swift’s average nightly gross surged from $125,000 to $600,000 — a 380 percent increase.

For Swift, the limelight of the Grammy’s lasted more than just an initial bump. In 2011, her nightly gross earnings jumped to $1.1 million.