Good Debt, Is there Such a Thing? Most of us differentiate debts based on two broad categories of good debt and bad debt. But, in today’s financial scenario debts doesn’t fall neatly into these categories. Generally speaking, debts are good if borrowers can handle them well and bad when they don’t repay them on time.
We’re following up on last week’s Queer Money on which a listener asked for advice on how to talk to his partner about his partner’s money troubles. We recommended completing our Hopes & Dreams and Financial Blockers exercises. This week’s exercise gives us the opportunity to uncover what we’re willing to do to attract more
We went from $51,000 in credit card debt to debt free bloggers who now earn thousands of dollars a month because of our gay blog. Blogging for the queer community has changed our lives and it can change your life, too. If you’re not sure if you want to start a gay blog or a
Once upon a time, we were on a treadmill – wake, work, eat, sleep, rinse, add a dash of fun, and repeat. The work never ended, the bills piled up, and the debt grew and grew . . . more and more, month after month. If this sounds like you, you know it sucks, huh?
We received an email from a Queer Money listener who asked us to share our thoughts on how to talk about money with your partner when it’s hard to talk about money with your partner. Dale says: Would you do a podcast about one partner in a relationship who is severely in debt while the
This is a sponsored post. The Debt Free Guys received compensation for this post. No one ever said that running or managing a business was easy. That’s not to say that there’s nothing that can be done to make the process less complicated. There are various services and software options available that can help make
On this Queer Money, we interview teenpreneur Eva Baker of TeensGotCents.com. Schools aren’t adequately teaching today’s students about money. Enter Eva Baker. Eva only recently lost her teenager-card, but is teaching teenagers and others too young to enter a bar about money. What started as a home-school project assigned by her mother, Eva has turned
Financial blockers are anything that prevents you from living the life you want. These include financial limitations, such as having too much debt, and emotional limitations, such as feeling like you don’t deserve success. We have another free tool to help you achieve financial freedom! We’ve shared the FREE Debt Free Guys’ Hopes & Dreams Worksheet.
This is a sponsored post. The Debt Free Guys received compensation for this post. There is no way around it – kids are expensive. From their early days (even before birth) children place demands on household cash flow, generating expenses for medical oversight, day care, and standard costs of living. But the financial burden of
One of the many reasons we love doing what we do is because we meet amazing people and businesses who are doing amazing things. It’s for this reason that we were excited to talk with Megan Lathrop, Capital One’s leading money coach. Capital One believes “that banking needs to be reimagined – not only to