Cassey Ho’s Net Worth

Cassey Ho's net worth
Fitness guru Cassey Ho has joined the ranks of successful internet sensations with her workout vlog “Blogilates.” She’s part of a growing group of online workout instructors who post videos and blogs about workouts, meal plans and general health information.




As you may have noticed, people have been making bank posting videos online. Jimmy Tatro, for instance, has made the majority of his wealth from advertising on Youtube. Ho is no different. She started on Youtube and has gone on to start her own website and workout community. With so much success within just a few years, what is Cassey Ho’s net worth?


Cassey Ho’s Personal Profile:

  • Net worth: $2 million
  • Profession: Online fitness guru
  • Age: 29
  • Source Of Wealth: Blogilates and POP Pilates
  • Residence: Union City, California
  • Citizenship: U.S. Citizen
  • Marital Status: Single
  • Education: Whittier College

Cassey Ho’s Career

Cassey Ho was born in January 1987 in Los Angeles. Ho grew up in the San Francisco Bay area and lived in Cali most of her lifePeople Magazine reported that the star fitness model was oftentimes picked on because of being chubby when she was a child.

The negative comments of other kids didn’t get Ho down though. She used the negativity from others to become more aware of her body. At the age of 16 Ho saw an infomercial about a pilates DVD and she asked her parents to buy it for her. They did and she fell in love with the exercise, which led to her pilates business venture.

She didn’t always want to be a fitness guru though. Cassey had always dreamt of being a fashion designer. Her parents didn’t support her career as a fashion designer though so Ho went to Whittier College to follow a path that would please her parents. In 2009, she graduated from the college with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology (on track to become a doctor).

Prior to her graduation Cassey released her first pilates Youtube video (by accident).  Now she’s able to make a living with her pilates videos and health blog.

Like many people, you’re probably wondering how much a vlogger can make. Well, what is the successful vlogger Cassey Ho’s net worth?

Cassey Ho’s Net Worth

Cassey Ho's net worthIt has only been six years since she released her first pilates video on Youtube but Cassey Ho’s net worth has already risen to $2 million. Youtube has recognized her as being the number one female fitness channel on the video streaming site and has obtained over 3 million subscribers.

As mentioned above, Cassey accidentally stumbled upon this opportunity. When she uploaded her first video in 2009 it was only intended for her small class of 40 people. It was a goodbye video to the class because she was moving across the country. It was posted to Youtube without being made private and began accumulating views. The majority of her $2 million net worth was built from advertising on this Youtube channel and products she sells.

Her brand, POP Pilates, is a live class as well as an internationally recognized instructor certification program. She is able to cash in on both of those things throughout the year. Her POP Pilates format has also been made the official pilates format at all 24 Hour Fitness locations in the United States.

Cassey released her activewear clothing line “Bodypop” in 2014 which can be purchased on her website. Additionally, Ho has also published a novel (“Hot Body Year Round”) and continues to look for ways to grow her business.

Just last year Ho launched one of her toughest workout programs yet and has begun planning for a new program in 2017. Each workout takes about 28 minutes and is completely equipment-free.

Ho is known as one of the most successful vloggers in the U.S. with an annual salary sitting at $450,000 a year. She hasn’t detailed any huge business plans for the new year but there’s no sign of the online fitness fanatic slowing down any time soon.

Photos: Mochi Mag and Well and Good

Jimmy Tatro’s Net Worth

Jimmy Tatro's net worth
Youtube stars have become a dime a dozen in recent years. Very few of them are like Jimmy Tatro and become successful though. Tatro became a millionaire after posting videos to his comedic Youtube channel and has even been asked to play roles in movies.




But, how successful can you really be as a Youtube sensation? Well, as a successful Youtuber himself, Tatro is a great example of how successful you really can be as a vlogger. So, what’s Jimmy Tatro’s net worth?


Jimmy Tatro’s Profile:

  • Net worth: $2 million
  • What he does: Youtube comedian
  • Age: 24
  • How he makes money: Youtube/Comedy
  • Where he lives: Los Angeles, California
  • Citizenship: U.S. Citizen
  • Relationship Status: Single
  • Education: University of Arizona

Jimmy Tatro’s Story

James Richard “Jimmy” Tatro was born in February 1992 in Los Angles, California. He attended Notre Dame High School and continued on to the University of Arizona. However, he didn’t graduate from his alma mater. He dropped out his junior year to focus on his career in comedy.

It was in high school that Jimmy first started his career in standup. In 2010 he and his friend Christian Pierce created “LifeAccordingtoJimmy,” a Youtube channel in which Tatro narrated. He kept up with the channel through his three years in college until he dropped out and decided to focus on his career.

Eventually his Youtube channel was discovered and Tatro was able to begin his standup career. He toured comedy clubs and college campuses. Since he debuted in 2010, he has been featured on Comedy Central and in films like “Grown Ups 2” and “22 Jump Street.”

His career has blown up over the past seven years but what has it done for his finances? What is Jimmy Tatro’s net worth?

What is Jimmy Tatro’s Net Worth?

Jimmy Tatro's net worthComedian Jimmy Tatro’s net worth is $2 million. He has gained fame through his Youtube channel and the standup he’s performed on Comedy Central but that isn’t enough to amass to $2 million, is it? Where did all of his wealth come from?

Tatro’s secret, like many celebrities, is that he has multiple sources of income. Of course Comedy Central pays him for any standup he does on the channel (and he gets paid when it is rerun). The majority of his income, however, comes from his Youtube channel and the standup he does around the U.S. Tatro has over 2.5 million subscribers on Youtube, creating a huge funnel for revenue through advertisements on the website. He is also able to sell tickets to his shows along with merchandise and live recordings.

The comedian has also appeared in films, as mentioned above. Tatro hasn’t made a lot of money from his small film career though. His income from the big screen may increase in the years to come though. Other comedians like Amy Schumer and Kevin Hart have taken to the big screen recently as well. If he follows the same pattern Jimmy Tatro’s net worth will likely continue to climb in the future.

If you liked this article on Jimmy Tatro you may also enjoy reading about internet sensation Cassey Ho’s net worth, or these other great articles

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‘Gold Rush’ Star Tony Beets’ Net Worth is Huge!
Make Artist Jaclyn Hill’s Net Worth May Surprise You
What is Gamer Optic Nadeshot’s Net Worth?
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Cassey Ho’s Net Worth

Photos: Goldstar and Article Bio

Debt Payoff Challenge: What is the Best Way to Pay Off Debt?

Debt Payoff Challenge
I started 2017 with a rather positive outlook but no real plans of naming any resolutions for myself. My 2017 motto will be “I’m going to do what I said I was going to do,” or at least that is how I’m handling it right now.

My 2017 has started with a looming debt and the means to pay it off. I’ve read about debt payoff challenges and different methods of paying your debt down but what works the best?

The Debt Payoff Challenge

Taking on a debt payoff challenge or joining a group of people who are trying to pay off debt could be beneficial. I know that I always like a good challenge and it oftentimes motivates me to reach my goals sooner. This is why I’ve taken on a debt payoff challenge for myself. You can see the details and print a 12-week debt payoff challenge worksheet here.

Pay the Small Debt First

If you aren’t interested in taking part in a debt payoff challenge but still want to pay your debt off you can also try tackling all your small debt first. According to Smart Cookies, this is one of the best ways to pay off your debt. I am doing this within my debt payoff challenge. I aim to pay all of my small debts first before tackling huge debts (like student loans).

Paying High Interest Debts

The next step in my debt payoff challenge is to tackle the high interest debts. For example, once I’m done paying off my small debts, like medicals bills, I can focus on my credit card (which has 15% interest). It is the only debt I have that is accruing interest currently and will be paid off in full.

Pay The Debt That’s Holding You Back

Next I’ll be paying off the debt that is truly holding me back. I have an item on my credit that is holding me back from being able to rent an apartment. Once that is paid I can move out of the hotel I’m currently living in and get into something a little more home-y. I’ll also be paying off a car loan that I co-signed for a friend a few years go (huge lesson learned there, folks).

Debt Snowflake

While I have a rather step-by-step approach to paying off my debt I will also be snow flaking my debt to reach my debt payoff challenge goals. My overall goal is to pay off 35% of my debt in 12 weeks (doable with the small amount of debt I have).

That being said, any “windfall” money or gift money I receive within that 12 weeks will be put towards paying off my debt. Normally I would put this cash into savings or spend it on something for myself, however, I’ll be putting my debt payoff challenge ahead of everything else for 12 weeks.

Start Saving

After the 12 weeks is over I’ll place my focus on saving and paying down the larger debts that I have (i.e. the car and student loans). First I’ll establish an emergency fund where I will save six months worth of expenses. Once I’ve gotten that set up I will be looking into investing opportunities and high-yield savings accounts.

I’m hoping that my debt payoff challenge for 2017 will truly pay off for me in the end. Will you try the challenge?

Photo: Alan Cleaver

Resolving to Save in 2017? Maybe You Shouldn’t…

save

About 45 percent of Americans make a New Year’s resolution each year and only 8 percent of those people are successful in achieving their resolutions during the new year. So, is it worth it? Should you make a new year’s resolution?

New Year’s Resolution Break Down

Obviously the 45 percent of Americans and only the 8 percent who succeed seems like a bit of a let down. However, there are a number of factors at work like age, type of resolution and how long they last with their initial goal.

How age affects New Year’s Resolutions

One of the more surprising factors of whether or not you’ll succeed with your new year’s resolution is age. As it turns out, people in their twenties and early thirties are more likely to be successful. Thirty-nine percent of people in their twenties achieve their resolution each year while only 14 percent of people over 50 achieve their goal. Many people think this is because they are still very hopeful, goal-oriented and have plenty of room for changes to make their resolutions work.

What kind of resolution are you making? 

According to Statistic Brain, the top 10 resolutions each year are:

  1. Lose weight
  2. Get organized
  3. Save more money (spend less)
  4. Enjoy life
  5. Staying fit/healthy
  6. Learn something new
  7. Quit smoking
  8. Help others
  9. Fall in love
  10. Spend time with family

Almost half (47%) of people make self improvement resolutions each year. Thirty-eight percent make weight-related resolutions and 34 percent of Americans make finance-related resolutions. But, still, what are the chances of being successful with your plans? “Most people don’t make it through the first month.”

How long do resolutions last? 

Well, that’s not entirely true. Seventy-five percent of people that make resolutions make it through the first week (small feat). Sixty-four percent of Americans who make resolutions make it through the first month (more than you thought, right?). Even more surprising a statistic is that 46 percent of Americans who make resolutions every year stick to their resolutions for six months.

That’s still not 100 percent though so if you’re still skeptical of setting a resolution in 2017, you’re right to be so. There are ways to be successful with your goals though.

Successful New Year’s Resolutions

In all reality, people who explicitly make resolutions each year are 10 times more likely to reach their goals. If you are planning to save more in 2017 (or whatever your goals may be) you’ll need to explicitly say so and draw up a plan to do so.

You’ll need to make a goal-setting worksheet for yourself, set deadlines and come up with a program. If you are looking to save more money in 2017 you may want to have dates where you want to have a certain amount saved ($600 by July, for example). You may also want to try out a money challenge of sorts to save more cash in the new year.

Whatever your goals or resolutions may be you won’t meet them unless you set your mind to it, set deadlines and be determined.

Wishing you a Happy New Year and success in your endeavors in 2017. 

Photo: mt 23

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Cassey Ho’s Net Worth

Cassey Ho's net worth
Fitness guru Cassey Ho has joined the ranks of successful internet sensations with her workout vlog “Blogilates.” She’s part of a growing group of online workout instructors who post videos and blogs about workouts, meal plans and general health information.




As you may have noticed, people have been making bank posting videos online. Jimmy Tatro, for instance, has made the majority of his wealth from advertising on Youtube. Ho is no different. She started on Youtube and has gone on to start her own website and workout community. With so much success within just a few years, what is Cassey Ho’s net worth?


Cassey Ho’s Personal Profile:

  • Net worth: $2 million
  • Profession: Online fitness guru
  • Age: 29
  • Source Of Wealth: Blogilates and POP Pilates
  • Residence: Union City, California
  • Citizenship: U.S. Citizen
  • Marital Status: Single
  • Education: Whittier College

Cassey Ho’s Career

Cassey Ho was born in January 1987 in Los Angeles. Ho grew up in the San Francisco Bay area and lived in Cali most of her lifePeople Magazine reported that the star fitness model was oftentimes picked on because of being chubby when she was a child.

The negative comments of other kids didn’t get Ho down though. She used the negativity from others to become more aware of her body. At the age of 16 Ho saw an infomercial about a pilates DVD and she asked her parents to buy it for her. They did and she fell in love with the exercise, which led to her pilates business venture.

She didn’t always want to be a fitness guru though. Cassey had always dreamt of being a fashion designer. Her parents didn’t support her career as a fashion designer though so Ho went to Whittier College to follow a path that would please her parents. In 2009, she graduated from the college with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology (on track to become a doctor).

Prior to her graduation Cassey released her first pilates Youtube video (by accident).  Now she’s able to make a living with her pilates videos and health blog.

Like many people, you’re probably wondering how much a vlogger can make. Well, what is the successful vlogger Cassey Ho’s net worth?

Cassey Ho’s Net Worth

Cassey Ho's net worthIt has only been six years since she released her first pilates video on Youtube but Cassey Ho’s net worth has already risen to $2 million. Youtube has recognized her as being the number one female fitness channel on the video streaming site and has obtained over 3 million subscribers.

As mentioned above, Cassey accidentally stumbled upon this opportunity. When she uploaded her first video in 2009 it was only intended for her small class of 40 people. It was a goodbye video to the class because she was moving across the country. It was posted to Youtube without being made private and began accumulating views. The majority of her $2 million net worth was built from advertising on this Youtube channel and products she sells.

Her brand, POP Pilates, is a live class as well as an internationally recognized instructor certification program. She is able to cash in on both of those things throughout the year. Her POP Pilates format has also been made the official pilates format at all 24 Hour Fitness locations in the United States.

Cassey released her activewear clothing line “Bodypop” in 2014 which can be purchased on her website. Additionally, Ho has also published a novel (“Hot Body Year Round”) and continues to look for ways to grow her business.

Just last year Ho launched one of her toughest workout programs yet and has begun planning for a new program in 2017. Each workout takes about 28 minutes and is completely equipment-free.

Ho is known as one of the most successful vloggers in the U.S. with an annual salary sitting at $450,000 a year. She hasn’t detailed any huge business plans for the new year but there’s no sign of the online fitness fanatic slowing down any time soon.

Photos: Mochi Mag and Well and Good

Jimmy Tatro’s Net Worth

Jimmy Tatro's net worth
Youtube stars have become a dime a dozen in recent years. Very few of them are like Jimmy Tatro and become successful though. Tatro became a millionaire after posting videos to his comedic Youtube channel and has even been asked to play roles in movies.




But, how successful can you really be as a Youtube sensation? Well, as a successful Youtuber himself, Tatro is a great example of how successful you really can be as a vlogger. So, what’s Jimmy Tatro’s net worth?


Jimmy Tatro’s Profile:

  • Net worth: $2 million
  • What he does: Youtube comedian
  • Age: 24
  • How he makes money: Youtube/Comedy
  • Where he lives: Los Angeles, California
  • Citizenship: U.S. Citizen
  • Relationship Status: Single
  • Education: University of Arizona

Jimmy Tatro’s Story

James Richard “Jimmy” Tatro was born in February 1992 in Los Angles, California. He attended Notre Dame High School and continued on to the University of Arizona. However, he didn’t graduate from his alma mater. He dropped out his junior year to focus on his career in comedy.

It was in high school that Jimmy first started his career in standup. In 2010 he and his friend Christian Pierce created “LifeAccordingtoJimmy,” a Youtube channel in which Tatro narrated. He kept up with the channel through his three years in college until he dropped out and decided to focus on his career.

Eventually his Youtube channel was discovered and Tatro was able to begin his standup career. He toured comedy clubs and college campuses. Since he debuted in 2010, he has been featured on Comedy Central and in films like “Grown Ups 2” and “22 Jump Street.”

His career has blown up over the past seven years but what has it done for his finances? What is Jimmy Tatro’s net worth?

What is Jimmy Tatro’s Net Worth?

Jimmy Tatro's net worthComedian Jimmy Tatro’s net worth is $2 million. He has gained fame through his Youtube channel and the standup he’s performed on Comedy Central but that isn’t enough to amass to $2 million, is it? Where did all of his wealth come from?

Tatro’s secret, like many celebrities, is that he has multiple sources of income. Of course Comedy Central pays him for any standup he does on the channel (and he gets paid when it is rerun). The majority of his income, however, comes from his Youtube channel and the standup he does around the U.S. Tatro has over 2.5 million subscribers on Youtube, creating a huge funnel for revenue through advertisements on the website. He is also able to sell tickets to his shows along with merchandise and live recordings.

The comedian has also appeared in films, as mentioned above. Tatro hasn’t made a lot of money from his small film career though. His income from the big screen may increase in the years to come though. Other comedians like Amy Schumer and Kevin Hart have taken to the big screen recently as well. If he follows the same pattern Jimmy Tatro’s net worth will likely continue to climb in the future.

If you liked this article on Jimmy Tatro you may also enjoy reading about internet sensation Cassey Ho’s net worth, or these other great articles

What is Jenna Marbles’ Net Worth?
‘Gold Rush’ Star Tony Beets’ Net Worth is Huge!
Make Artist Jaclyn Hill’s Net Worth May Surprise You
What is Gamer Optic Nadeshot’s Net Worth?
Tai Lopez’s Net Worth
Cassey Ho’s Net Worth

Photos: Goldstar and Article Bio

Debt Payoff Challenge: What is the Best Way to Pay Off Debt?

Debt Payoff Challenge
I started 2017 with a rather positive outlook but no real plans of naming any resolutions for myself. My 2017 motto will be “I’m going to do what I said I was going to do,” or at least that is how I’m handling it right now.

My 2017 has started with a looming debt and the means to pay it off. I’ve read about debt payoff challenges and different methods of paying your debt down but what works the best?

The Debt Payoff Challenge

Taking on a debt payoff challenge or joining a group of people who are trying to pay off debt could be beneficial. I know that I always like a good challenge and it oftentimes motivates me to reach my goals sooner. This is why I’ve taken on a debt payoff challenge for myself. You can see the details and print a 12-week debt payoff challenge worksheet here.

Pay the Small Debt First

If you aren’t interested in taking part in a debt payoff challenge but still want to pay your debt off you can also try tackling all your small debt first. According to Smart Cookies, this is one of the best ways to pay off your debt. I am doing this within my debt payoff challenge. I aim to pay all of my small debts first before tackling huge debts (like student loans).

Paying High Interest Debts

The next step in my debt payoff challenge is to tackle the high interest debts. For example, once I’m done paying off my small debts, like medicals bills, I can focus on my credit card (which has 15% interest). It is the only debt I have that is accruing interest currently and will be paid off in full.

Pay The Debt That’s Holding You Back

Next I’ll be paying off the debt that is truly holding me back. I have an item on my credit that is holding me back from being able to rent an apartment. Once that is paid I can move out of the hotel I’m currently living in and get into something a little more home-y. I’ll also be paying off a car loan that I co-signed for a friend a few years go (huge lesson learned there, folks).

Debt Snowflake

While I have a rather step-by-step approach to paying off my debt I will also be snow flaking my debt to reach my debt payoff challenge goals. My overall goal is to pay off 35% of my debt in 12 weeks (doable with the small amount of debt I have).

That being said, any “windfall” money or gift money I receive within that 12 weeks will be put towards paying off my debt. Normally I would put this cash into savings or spend it on something for myself, however, I’ll be putting my debt payoff challenge ahead of everything else for 12 weeks.

Start Saving

After the 12 weeks is over I’ll place my focus on saving and paying down the larger debts that I have (i.e. the car and student loans). First I’ll establish an emergency fund where I will save six months worth of expenses. Once I’ve gotten that set up I will be looking into investing opportunities and high-yield savings accounts.

I’m hoping that my debt payoff challenge for 2017 will truly pay off for me in the end. Will you try the challenge?

Photo: Alan Cleaver

Resolving to Save in 2017? Maybe You Shouldn’t…

save

About 45 percent of Americans make a New Year’s resolution each year and only 8 percent of those people are successful in achieving their resolutions during the new year. So, is it worth it? Should you make a new year’s resolution?

New Year’s Resolution Break Down

Obviously the 45 percent of Americans and only the 8 percent who succeed seems like a bit of a let down. However, there are a number of factors at work like age, type of resolution and how long they last with their initial goal.

How age affects New Year’s Resolutions

One of the more surprising factors of whether or not you’ll succeed with your new year’s resolution is age. As it turns out, people in their twenties and early thirties are more likely to be successful. Thirty-nine percent of people in their twenties achieve their resolution each year while only 14 percent of people over 50 achieve their goal. Many people think this is because they are still very hopeful, goal-oriented and have plenty of room for changes to make their resolutions work.

What kind of resolution are you making? 

According to Statistic Brain, the top 10 resolutions each year are:

  1. Lose weight
  2. Get organized
  3. Save more money (spend less)
  4. Enjoy life
  5. Staying fit/healthy
  6. Learn something new
  7. Quit smoking
  8. Help others
  9. Fall in love
  10. Spend time with family

Almost half (47%) of people make self improvement resolutions each year. Thirty-eight percent make weight-related resolutions and 34 percent of Americans make finance-related resolutions. But, still, what are the chances of being successful with your plans? “Most people don’t make it through the first month.”

How long do resolutions last? 

Well, that’s not entirely true. Seventy-five percent of people that make resolutions make it through the first week (small feat). Sixty-four percent of Americans who make resolutions make it through the first month (more than you thought, right?). Even more surprising a statistic is that 46 percent of Americans who make resolutions every year stick to their resolutions for six months.

That’s still not 100 percent though so if you’re still skeptical of setting a resolution in 2017, you’re right to be so. There are ways to be successful with your goals though.

Successful New Year’s Resolutions

In all reality, people who explicitly make resolutions each year are 10 times more likely to reach their goals. If you are planning to save more in 2017 (or whatever your goals may be) you’ll need to explicitly say so and draw up a plan to do so.

You’ll need to make a goal-setting worksheet for yourself, set deadlines and come up with a program. If you are looking to save more money in 2017 you may want to have dates where you want to have a certain amount saved ($600 by July, for example). You may also want to try out a money challenge of sorts to save more cash in the new year.

Whatever your goals or resolutions may be you won’t meet them unless you set your mind to it, set deadlines and be determined.

Wishing you a Happy New Year and success in your endeavors in 2017. 

Photo: mt 23