Bridget Casey HeadshotMy name is Bridget Casey and I am creator of MoneyAfterGraduation.com.

Money After Graduation provides a clear and comprehensive source of financial information for 20-somethings. If you feel overwhelmed by debt, confused by financial jargon, or just don’t know what to do next, you’ve come to the right place. On Money After Graduation you will find the resources you need to begin building long-term, sustainable wealth RIGHT NOW in your 20’s. Whether you’re starting at the beginning and need help creating a budget, or you’re ready to tackle trickier strategies like trading stock options, Money After Graduation has you covered. Want my tips delivered right to your inbox? Sign up for the Get Rich Young bi-weekly newsletter by entering your info below!

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I originally started this website as a young professional burdened with student loan debt from my Bachelor of Science degree. At 24, I was working part-time in retail, had $0 in savings, and had no idea where to go next. I knew I eventually wanted to be rich, but I wasn’t sure how to get there. Within 22 months, I paid off over $21,000 in student loan debt, started saving for retirement, and began investing in the stock market. I became so passionate about money, I returned to school for my MBA, and specialized in finance.

I share everything I’ve learned about building wealth on Money After Graduation so YOU have the tools you need to get rich young. 

Since its inception, Money After Graduation has been featured by Business Insider, MoneySense magazine, The Globe & Mail, and more. The site has inspired thousands of millennials to take charge of their finances and start getting rich!

While I hold an MBA in Finance, I am not a certified professional financial planner. I encourage you to explore professional resources for more thorough information on any of the topics discussed within these posts, and I will personally link my sources so you always know you’re getting the best advice when it comes to your money. Questions? Just ask, my inbox is always open: bridget@moneyaftergraduation.com

Happy saving!



  1. What a great blog you have! I just now had some time to read your blog and I’m glad I did :) It’s very informative + I love the animation ;) Great job for writing about the dept many students get in and how to get out of it! Love, Leanne

  2. The little cartoon avatars of both of you are so cute. I can’t get over it. : )

  3. Just discovered your blog, your story sounds a like mine. Paid off $21,000 in student loan debt and now pursuing my MBA. Check out my blog at mentalmoneymuscles.com with my story. Great site and I have learned a lot!!