10 of the Youngest Self-Made Millionaires Ever

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Julieth probably wasn’t the only ten-year-old who drew fictional cartoon character girls, but she was certainly the first to stick with it until 16, when she turned her “Miss O & Friends” concept into a social networking site for pre-teen kids.

Having one parent with graphic design skills and another with professional business knowledge, Julieth had the perfect business partners to help launch her idea right there under the same roof. It wasn’t long before the social networking site was getting hundreds of thousands of views (it now received over 10 million unique hits a month).

Julieth allows ads on the site, which is where she earns her generous amounts of money, especially seeing how Miss O & Friends was the third largest girls-only website at the time of a 2011 survey. The site is now worth over $15 million and is forever gaining popularity among “tween” girls.

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