20’s finances offers valuable information for anyone in their twenties — regardless of whether you are a college student, a recent college graduate or have been out of school for many years. This personal finance blog shares the stories of multiple authors that know what it’s like being a young adult and new to managing your finances. If you have questions about your personal finance, odds are you will be able to find an answer on this site (or that is is soon coming).

Common Financial Topics on 20’s Finances:

A better picture of what 20’s Finances is all about can be gathered from the many themes that repeat on this site. Here’s an idea of what you can expect:

Career Advice

We have written about the entire process of employment. From starting out and looking for jobs to apply for, to the actual application process, and even how to get promoted at your current job. We cover it all. Here are some popular articles within the Career topic:

Graduation from College

Graduation from college is a challenging time for most young adults. It’s when we face many of life challenges all at once. Here are some of the popular articles about this transition to adulthood:


Investing is a challenge for most people, not to mention young adults who have little to no experience actually doing it. We strive to provide our readers with reliable information so that they can make the best decisions. Here are some great places to start to learn about investing:

About Me:

I’m Corey. I started this website to help those new to managing their finances after college friends related to me how difficult it was to find information about money. Everyone faces similar challenges when entering adulthood and yet there are few resources to assist young adults. I enjoy reading and talking about finances and this website is a creative outlet for that passion. I understand that no one else not everyone obsesses about their finances, so I seek to make it as easy to learn everything you need to know in as short of a period as possible.

A Little More About My Financial History:

I currently work full-time for a non-profit organization, while also managing this website. My wife and I don’t make a lot of money, and to make matters worse, we are living in one of the most expensive areas in the United States. Despite these challenges, we are not only making ends meet, but saving and investing money. I have been forced to adapt to a frugal lifestyle and fights lifestyle inflation so I can plan for an early retirement.