Kids and Money: Teenagers Guide to Becoming a Millionaire by @payoffcarddebt

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Does your child has what it takes to be the next member of the Teen Millionaires Club? Golden Financial Services continues their series on Kids and Money by introducing children who became millionaires by the age of 20 and notes some of the traits they all have in common. http://nomorecreditcards.com/?p=3196

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Kids and Money: Teenagers Guide to Becoming a Millionaire by @payoffcarddebt

  1. 1. by Golden Financial Services @payoffcarddebt
  2. 2. Name: Cameron Johnson Age: 14 Business: Cheers and Tears, My EZ Mail Cameron Johnson started selling off his sister’s Beanie Babies at the age of nine and then branched out into doing invitations for his parent’s friends, finally creating a greeting card company, Cheers and Tears. He then started other ventures including My EZ Mail and Surfingprizes.com. He was a millionaire by the time he graduated high school. Visit the Debt Relief Blog at Golden Financial Services to check out their series on Kids and Money
  3. 3. Name: Fraser Doherty Age: 14 Business: Super Jam Fraser Doherty stated teaching jam making at the age of 14 years old and started selling jam in his neighborhood at the age of 16. He had sales of over 1.2 million dollars in 2011. Visit the Debt Relief Blog at Golden Financial Services to check out their series on Kids and Money
  4. 4. Name: Ashley Qualls Age Started: 17 Business: Whateverlife Ashley made her first million at the age of 17. She created a website, Whateverlife.com, which provided HTML tutorials and free MySpace layouts. She started it all by borrowing $8 from her mother and today has a net worth of 8 million dollars. Visit the Debt Relief Blog at Golden Financial Services to check out their series on Kids and Money
  5. 5. Name: Juliette Brindak Age Started: 10 Business: Miss O and Friends Juliette started a website Miss O and Friends when she was only 10 years old and today she has a net worth of 15 million dollars. Her website is targeted at teenage girls and contains celeb gossip, games, friends, and more. She also launched a line of Miss O and Friends books. Visit the Debt Relief Blog at Golden Financial Services to check out their series on Kids and Money
  6. 6. Name: Nick D’Aloisio Age: 17 Business: Trimit, Summly Nick D'Aloisio first created Trimit IOS App in 2011 which condensed the text of documents. He was offered Venture Capital of $300,000 which he used to redesign the application. He re- launched the App as Summly in 2011 which he recently sold to Yahoo for $30 million. Summly, condenses news articles into a condensed form for easy reading on Smartphones. Visit the Debt Relief Blog at Golden Financial Services to check out their series on Kids and Money
  7. 7. Name: Jon Koon Age Started: 16 Business: Tykoon Brand Holdings Jon Koon, now 30 years old, started in the auto parts business selling aftermarket parts. More recently, he has taken on the men's fashion world with his label Private Stock. Visit the Debt Relief Blog at Golden Financial Services to check out their series on Kids and Money
  8. 8. Name: Maddie Robinson Age: 15 Business: Fish Flops Maddie’s company, Fish Flops started with personally designed flip flops and has now expanded to shirts, hats and books that she writes herself. Maddie boasts sales over $1 million in 2013 Visit the Debt Relief Blog at Golden Financial Services to check out their series on Kids and Money
  9. 9. Name: Dr. Farrah Gray Age: 28 Business: Farr-Out Food Dr. Farrah Gray began his entrepreneurial pursuits at the age of six selling body lotion. At the age of 13, he founded Farr-Out Food which made him a millionaire at age 14. He is currently estimated to be worth 20 million dollars. Visit the Debt Relief Blog at Golden Financial Services to check out their series on Kids and Money
  10. 10. Name: Catherine & Dave Cook Age: 15, 17 Business: My Yearbook Catherine and Dave Cook started My Yearbook, a social networking website in 2005 and sold for over $100 million after 6 years. Visit the Debt Relief Blog at Golden Financial Services to check out their series on Kids and Money
  11. 11.  Social Media Consultant  Ecommerce through Ebay or website  Sell Crafts through Etsy  Tutoring  Construction Cleanup Crew  Garage sale hosting  Holiday decorating  Blogging  Writing  Website Design/programming  Dog Walking/pet sitting  Green Housecleaning Top Business Ideas for Teens  Landscaping  Design Party Invitations  Run Errands for Elderly  Computer set up and repair  Desktop publishing  Music lessons  Photography or Video Service  Baking/ Cooking  Kids Taxi Service  Pack and Moving helper  Party and Event Planning  Laundry Services  Virtual Assistant Visit the Debt Relief Blog at Golden Financial Services to check out their series on Kids and Money

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