Christopher Murray is a seasoned personal finance writer with a passion for empowering individuals to achieve financial independence while embracing sustainable practices. Over the last few years, he has focused on various facets of personal finance—specifically saving, budgeting, investing (with an emphasis on alternative investments), credit building, and sustainability.
Christopher served as a senior editor for Money Under 30 for over five years, and his work has been featured on U.S. News, MoneyGeek, Bankrate, LendEDU, Credible, and more. His dedication to fostering financial literacy is best described in his philosophy, "The greatest wealth is to live content with little." He believes that genuine financial freedom originates from conscious spending and purposeful choices.
He holds a dual-bachelor's degree in English literature and gender studies.
- U.S. News
- Money Under 30
- New York Post
- Credit Cards
- Dual-bachelor's degree in English Literature and Gender Studies