New-School Digital Platforms Make Investing Affordable and Fun

The Entrance of New-School Digital Platforms There are a ton of new-school digital platforms for investing that have surfaced during the past ten years, each of which makes investing more accessible and approachable for normal people. Millennials are the latest generation to enter adulthood. If you know nothing else about this generation, you know that 

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Queer Money with Aaron Guy: The Exercises of Your 20s That Don’t Work in Your 40s

We bring back Queer Money Lifestyle Newsletter, Elite Personal Trainer and body builder Aaron Guy for this week’s Queer Money to talk about fitness for 40-year-olds and older. We’re in our 40s. In fact, John turned 43 shortly after we recorded this episode. So, fitness is a concern that near and dear to us. Would 

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4 Steps Queer Families without Kids Must Take for Financial Success

Families have always come in different shapes and sizes even if our country only recently recognized that. As one of the many queer families without kids, our primary financial concerns is preparing for the latter portion of our retirement years. Though not a guaranteed strategy, traditional families can often rely on their younger offspring to 

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6 Considerations Forgotten with Queer Family Planning

On this episode of Queer Money, we talk with Adrian from Tel Aviv, Israel. Adrian shares with us his experience navigating the international waters of queer family planning. With same-sex marriage still new in the U.S., the queer community is considering family planning at record levels. This Queer Money shares an example of what international surrogacy 

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The Trip That’s Changing the Face of AIDS in Africa

On this Queer Money, we talk with philanthropist, Steve Bolinger, about how he created Development in Gardening (DIG), which is helping to fight AIDS in Africa. To learn how Steve traveled the world for nine months and then created such an impactful organization, listen to or watch this Queer Money. Listen:   Watch: Steve grew 

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20 Money Podcasts You’re Missing Out On to Solve Just About Every Problem

Money Podcasts We Think You’ll Love Too Do you love money podcasts? Well, I do too! To be honest, in less than a year I have consumed more than 400 podcast episodes. No, they are not all about money, but they relate to success, productivity and business in some manner. There are many days when I 

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7 Home Buying Tips You Should Know

Home Buying Tips for Everyone On this episode of Queer Money, we talk with William S. Matthews, real estate broker, buyer and investor, about home buying tips. William teaches financial and real estate classes and counsels young people on creating healthy relationships with money. William is the author of Everything I Needed to Know about Money 

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5 Money Steps Queer GenXers Must Make Today

GenX Money Concerns On this Queer Money, we continue our series on generational career and retirement planning. This episode focuses on GenXers, also considered the sandwich generation because we often get lost between Baby Booms and Millennials in terms of marketing and media attention. In 2014, Pew declared GenXers as the neglected middle child. Pew 

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