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10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires 1. John Koon

Fashion Financier: Koon earned himself an astounding $40 million in the process and is reportedly on the fast track to becoming a billionaire.

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires 2. Tyler Dikman

Technology Tycoon:He was named by Businessweek as one of the top 25 entrepreneurs under the age of 25, and continues to grow his business, which now does millions of dollars in sales each year.

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires 3. Adam Horwitz

Mobile Monopolizer

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires 4. Nick D’Aloisio

Smartphone Smackaroos: The Wimbledon school student taught himself how to code at the age of 12—a skill that paid off when he finally created the news app that grabbed Yahoo’s attention.

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires 5. Sean Belnick

Chair Change: This guy started a website and began selling small stuff such as Pokemon cards in order to get acostomed with the process and strategy. He was earning an estimated $24 million by the age of 20.

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires 6. David and Catherine Cook

Yearbook Yen: It is a great idea of the guys to make an online year book in order to preserve better that specific information. their site has grown into a business with a net worth of somewhere around $100 million, with older brother Geoff working as CEO.

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires 7. Julieth Brindak

‘Miss O’ Dough: “Miss O & Friends” earns Julieth money through advertising revenue, and was ranked the third largest girls-only website in 2011 by Inc. Magazine.

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires 8. Cameron Johnson

Greeting Card Green: By age 11, he had banked several thousand dollars in revenue with “Cheers And Tears,” his own custom line of greeting cards.

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires 9. Ashley Qualls

Layout Loot: WhateverLife.com now plays host to an estimated seven million visitors per month and continues to earn Ashley millions in advertising loot.

10 Self-Made Kid Millionaires 10. Fraser Doherty

Grammy’s Jam: A boy with a big pleasure for grandma's jam reached $1,2 million in sales and then he published a book called "The Superjam Cookbook".

 

 

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