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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
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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
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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
What is it you really want in life? What is your purpose? What are your hopes and dreams? We’re giving you a free tool to find out and achieve your financial dreams. The reason we ask this question is because it wasn’t until we realized what we most wanted in life that we started to
Our FinCon friend, Sarah Li of High Fiving Dollar, is on a mad mission to appear on 100 podcasts in 2017 to talk about living the authentic life. When she told us, we said, “Come on Queer Money, gurl!” She obliged and helped us create one of our best podcasts about being yourself and living