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Queer Money™: Queer Cities

  April 16, 2016  |    #Eliminate Debt

Queer Cities On this Queer Money™, we compared first, second and third-tier cities for the queer community. Are top-tier queer cities, such as NYC, Chicago and LA, better homes for the queer community than second and third-tier queer cities, such as Pittsburg, Denver and Atlanta? Queer Cities Video As they say in show business, “The show must go on!” …

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Why Gay Dating Is So Expensive

  March 17, 2016  |    #Eliminate Debt

Gay Dating On this Queer Money™, we talked about the financial costs of the gay dating scene. Historically the queer community has waited longer than our straight peers to settle down. Now, GenXers and Millennials are delaying marriage. What are the financial repercussions of perpetual dating in general and never-ending gay dating specifically? To have …

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Money Masters: J Money

  March 9, 2016  |    #Eliminate Debt

Money Master: J Money One day I received an email from a guy by the name of J Money. It said, “Hey, dude! I just posted your article on my site, Rockstar Finance. Hope it drives traffic your way.” That week he gave us more traffic than we had every received in a week’s time. …

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Queer Money™: Gay Weddings

  March 3, 2016  |    #Eliminate Debt

Gay Weddings On episode 2 of Queer Money™, we discussed how perfect gay weddings don’t have to ruin perfect gay marriages. Gay Weddings Video [iframe id=”” mode=”normal” autoplay=”no”] Queer Money™ Sponsor Gay Weddings Guests Amiee Palifroni owns Prisma Weddings & Events in Denver CO that specializes in lesbian and gay weddings. Jessica Ozar is a freelance writer in Atlanta GA whose …

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Queer Money™: Gay Spending, Are We Overcompensating?

  February 25, 2016  |    #Eliminate Debt

Gay Spending; Do We Overspending to Overcompensate? On our premier episode of Queer Money™, we discussed gay spending habits and the question of overspending to overcompensate. Does the LGBT community spend more than our straight peers and if so, is there a reason why? Overspending to Overcompensate Highlights [iframe id=”” mode=”normal” autoplay=”yes”] See the full …

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