Sunday Jan 5, 2020

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A personal-finance influencer who quit his day

job for YouTube

made over $100,000 in his first year

A personal-finance influencer who quit his day job for You Tube made over $100,000 in his first year. Andrei Jikh quit…
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By Amanda Perelli
businessinsider.com

A personal-finance influencer who quit his day job for You Tube made over $100,000 in his first year. Andrei Jikh quit his day job and started a personal-finance You Tube channel in 2019. Before Andrei Jikh was sharing personal-finance tips on You Tube, he was filming videos for a startup that taught people how to do magic.

'When I was 19 years old, I was hired by a startup which was basically teaching people how to do magic online,' he told Business Insider. 'In 2013, he served as the 'lead cardistry consultant' in 'Now You See Me 2,' and spent two months in London helping the cast prepare, Jikh said. 'Jikh grew up in a family of circus performers from Russia, and he moved to the US at age nine when his dad got a job with Cirque du Soleil. 'In late 2018, after saving up roughly….

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