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?
Robert Carter is a Ballerina with a Package You can dance if you want to. And wear a tutu, too! Just like Robert Carter who has the full package of humor, dance, entertainment, and wisdom. Robert Carter is a dancer with Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, an all-male drag ballet company that pays tribute
Destination Tomorrow is Helping the Bronx’s LGBTQ Youth The LGBTQ population in every community deserves local access to medical and legal services – and a safe space to meet. Destination Tomorrow in the Bronx is giving its LGBTQ youth all that and more. Sean Coleman of Destination Tomorrow Sean Coleman saw that the South Bronx
Prepare for Financial Emergencies This simple, five-step guide from our Queer Money podcast will prepare for financial emergencies with your eyes closed. Listen to Saving for Financial Emergencies: Dealing with an emergency is difficult enough, but add to that the stress of not being able to cover your bills afterward. An unexpected accident, illness or
Patrick L Riley Chooses His Best Life ‘Certain blocks [in Harlem], you may wanna watch that twist… But the truth is, I don’t have to un-code anymore. We know there’s still hate out and about and all around, but I don’t feel that fear anymore.’ Today’s guest is prepared to get you out of that
Banking Benjis with Real Estate Investing ‘There is a boat load of money to be made in real estate investing if you do it right.’ – Mindy Jensen Listen to Real Estate Investing with Mindy Jensen If you’re interested in retiring early – and who isn’t? – then it’s in your best interest to focus
LGBT Assisted Living in America Don’t think you need to consider an LGBT assisted living facility? According to a SAGE study, older LGBT people are more likely to be single, live alone and be childless. As Prudential’s 2012 LGBT Financial Experience Survey suggests, the “most pressing concern” and the “bigger financial confidence gap” for LGBT
Are Your Student Loan Ills Making You Sick? According to Student Loan Hero, “Americans owe $1.4 trillion in student loan debt.” That’s $37,172 for every 2016 graduate. Students are ill with student loans. Meet the Doctor for Your Student Loan Ills Most college students don’t understand the ills of student loan debt. It’s easier to
Drinking Money How would you like to score $400 drinking money for your next vacation? You can, and you can do it without changing any existing habits. All the money pros say to budget for retirement, budget for emergencies, budget to pay off debt. But, what about real world needs, like drinking money for your
Being an Effective LGBT Leader If motivation is the match, effective action is the spark. This is what it takes to be an effective leader LGBT leader. Do you have what it takes? This article is the last in our series highlighting what P-R-I-D-E means to us this month of Pride. P means Power. R is Resiliency. I is Individuality. D
The Wisdom of the Daughter of Two Moms This daughter of two moms will challenge every negative stereotype you’ve heard about children growing up with same-sex parents. Meet Cinara Foor, Financial Planner and Daughter of Two Lesbians How many 21-year-olds do you know who have invested in a Roth IRA and own their own home?