Kelly Cutrone, founder of People's Revolution and reality TV star, sat down with the Huffington Post to discuss her finances, and points out that $1 million a year is not that much anymore. Find out what she had to say!

"I personally have made a million dollars a year - that's not a lot of money anymore, just do the math," she told the publication.

"The taxes alone are at $300,000-$400,000. Then you have agents and managers and business managers that take another 5 percent, throw in private school in New York City, that's like $44,000."

She continued, "A nanny is like $60,000 to $70,000. I support my mom. A New York apartment, $8,000. A mortgage on my house, another $5,000 and $24,000 in taxes there. It's $650 a month to park my car."

Cutrone went on to explain how she went on "The Hills" for free.

"I went on the The Hills for free. I thought this is a great way to get my clients' messages out. By the time I left I was making a shit load of money -- like $50,000 an episode. So you do 12 episodes and you make $600,000 dollars - that to me is a good game," she explained.

After "The Hills," Cutrone appeared on spin-off series "The City" and had her own seris "Kell on Earth," which lasted one season on Bravo. She also was a judge on "America's Next Top Model" and wrote New York Times best-seller "If You Have To Go Cry, Go Outside, And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You."

She credits TV to her long-lasting success in the industry.

"I've had a great level of success, more than most people in my industry, and I still have to work every day," Cutrone said.

"The people who I know who have owned PR firms either end up in rehab, they go swim with dolphins, they join Greenpeace, they join a lesbian commune in Vermont or they quietly go away and you don't see them anymore."

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