Teenpreneur Can Inspire Your Child With The Story Of Her Business Journey And Her Child IRA

In 2018, Fiona Frills, then 14, was interviewed for the book From Cradle to Retirement: The Child IRA. In that interview, she told the following story (page 143 of the book):

Like many her age, Fiona Frills of Saratoga, California, loves YouTube. In fact, she loves it so much she started her own YouTube channel when she was only 10 years old. She began posting a series she called “Gross Food.” She developed quite a following.

In the meantime, she was fascinated with makeup. When she was 12 she decided to follow a path she had seen other YouTubers take. She noticed they promoted and

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Teenpreneur Can Inspire Your Child With The Story Of Her Business Journey And Her Child IRA

In 2018, Fiona Frills, then 14, was interviewed for the book From Cradle to Retirement: The Child IRA. In that interview, she told the...