WealthUp helps younger generations learn about investing, managing and planning their money with confidence


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WealthUp Press Kit

Most personal finance advice is generic and rarely tailored to younger generations. This site was created to help fill that educational void. By developing sound financial habits, anyone can set out on a clear path toward financial independence, giving themselves a chance to live life on their own terms.


Who We Are

WealthUp is an online community for younger generations looking to learn how to plan, manage, and invest their money with confidence.


Our Mission

Provide readers with the information, skills, and tools they need to make money-smart decisions, now and in the future.


Our Vision

Becoming the leading financial literacy and product comparison platform, and bringing financial education into local communities.

Trusted Media Source

Source for 600+ media publications, including:

U.S. News & World Report, USA Today, Business Insider, Forbes, NBC News, Reader’s Digest, Men’s Health, Huffington Post, Bloomberg, Yahoo! Finance, MSN, Google News, Investopedia, Associated Press, Reuters, Kiplinger, Tribune Content Agency, Bankrate, The Points Guy, CreditCards.com, Bustle, Apartment Therapy, and many more.

500+ Posts

Targeting investing strategies, financial independence, enterpreneurship, debt management, real estate, account, taxes, decision-making, personal development, health care, and personal finance.

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Riley Adams Licensed CPA Founder and CEO, WealthUp

Audience Demographics

  • Younger readers, ranging from teenagers to their parents, young adults starting with investing and even near-retirees
  • Audience primarily consists of males (64%) between ages of 25-44
  • Preference for learning about banking, financial services, travel, saving money and life enhancements


Get In Contact

Contact Us About:

  • Freelance finance writing opportunities
  • TV, radio, or written interviews. I’m always happy to help a reporter or broadcaster out and act as a source

Email: riley at youngandtheinvested.com

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  • Guest posts
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Emails of either nature will automatically be marked as “Spam.”