Liverpool were handed £55M from the Premier League in TV and awards for 2012-13.
The reds earned around £5M less than Champions Manchester United, but £3M more than Everton who finished a place higher in the league.
All clubs receive £13.8M as an equal share of the domesticTV money, and £18.9M from overseas money.
The rest of the domestic TV money is split into fees based on the number of times the clubs feature in televised live games and the final league position.
The reds earned £11.5M from their TV coverage - joint second with Arsenal behind Man United on £12.5M. Chelsea were £3M behind on this, with Everton £4M behind.
Liverpool also picked up £10.5M for finishing 7th. Payments are made on a sliding scale of approx £800,000 per place in the league.
However, next season a new TV deal kicks in, with a massive increase in payments from TV broadcaster. It is expected that TV revenue for 2013-14 could reach as high as £90M for Liverpool.
Former Premier League clubs who have been relegated in recent seasons also receive parachute payments for 3 years.