LGBT Job Seekers Should Be Proud and Cautious We think it’s important to build a financially strong LGBTQ community. That’s because the stronger we are financially, the more capable we are of funding the causes and initiatives most important to us. Yes, we’ve made lots of progress over the years, but we’ve been reminded recently
Continuing our series on gay travel, we’ll tell you about our travels to London, England or, as we call it, gay London. We’ll also tell you about the travel tip that got us to Gay London in the first place. Gay Ibiza by Way of Gay London Friends of ours took their honeymoon in Spain.
This is week two of our month-long Four Principles of a Debt Free Life Series! Throughout the month of January 2016, we’re covering each of the four principles we wrote about in 4: The Four Principles of a Debt Free Life. On today’s Queer Money, we’re discussing the second principle of living a debt free
If you’re making a financial resolution for the new year to tackle debt through consolidation, your occupation could affect the terms of a personal loan. Frequent late payments made by people with your same job title could be a factor that determines interest rate, among other aspects. In other words, it’s possible some jobs hurt financially. Professions
We’re excited today to kick off our month-long Four Principles of a Debt Free Life Series! Throughout the money of January 2016, we’ll cover each of the four principles we wrote about in 4: The Four Principles of a Debt Free Life. Today we’re talking about the first principle, be money conscious. 4 covers what
Gay Money is Big I’m a size queen when it comes to money and even more so gay money. In the U.S., the purchasing power of the queer community is estimated to be $917 billion! That’s more than the Asian, African American and Hispanic communities. By population, gay money is massive. In fact, it was
Have you seen that Facebook meme that says, “Someday we old folks will use cursive writing as a secret code?” People look at us with the same dazed eyes when we talk about the “envelope system” to manage money as the kids in our lives look at notes of ours written in cursive. We won’t pontificate
This week Queer Money brings back Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Brian Thompson of BT Financial. Brian was our featured guest on Season 1, Episode 11: 4 Keys to Winning the MidLife Career Change, on which Brian talked about his transition from tax attorney to CFP. This week Brian shares three surprises, three ah-has and an
Winter Vacation Bliss or Miss? We know we’re preaching to the choir when we say this winter has been rough. It’s for this very reason that we’re “leavin’ on a jet plane and don’t know when [we’ll] be back again.” We need sun, sand and warmth – like, now. It’s time for a winter vacation,
Last year’s “new year, new you” didn’t go as planned, did it? Believe us, you’re not the only one (or two)! We didn’t get body-beautiful this year, ourselves. Like us, though, you’re going to get back on that horse and do better next year. Right? Your plan this year is to have a new plan.