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Smashing Millennial Career and Retirement Planning

  August 3, 2016  |    #Make Money

Millennial career and retirement planning is unique Today’s job and investment markets are different beasts than what other generations dealt with when they started their careers and investing. These considerations make millennials’ career and retirement planning unique and exciting. GET THE RETIREMENT GUIDE W/ CALCULATOR + COMMUNITIES DIRECTORY Millennial career and retirement planning As we’ve …

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Queer Money™: Pros & Cons of Being a DINK

  April 21, 2016  |    #Make Money

Pros & Cons of Being a DINK On this Queer Money™, we talked about money moves to make when you’re a DINK. If you can’t or don’t want to have children, how should you prepare for retirement and long-term care in your later years? DINK Video [iframe id=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/7wQOjhydhGw” align=”center” mode=”normal” autoplay=”no” grow=”yes”] Queer Money™ Sponsors …

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How to Overcome the New Economy

  April 20, 2016  |    #Make Money

What’s Old Is New Again in The New Economy In the 1976 movie Network, Howard Beale, is a floundering news anchor who goes on a tangent on live television to rouse the citizenry from apathy. He initiates the first step for much needed change in unemployment, inflation, national and international politics and crime, including economic …

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How To Be a Financially Successful Married Couple

  April 18, 2016  |    #Make Money

Financially successful gay couple On this Queer Money™, we talked about how to be a financially successful married couple. With marriage equality comes financial responsibility. How can engaged gay couples prepare for financial challenges? How can gay newlyweds position themselves to be financially successful? Financially successful married couple video: Financially successful married couple guests Dave …

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The Real Reason for Income Inequality

  April 17, 2016  |    #Make Money

Income Inequality In 2012, the Center for Economic Policy Research issued findings from a study that highlighted the growing disparity of income inequality. The study showed that if the minimum wage kept up with the pace of productivity from 1968 through 2012, the same as it did from 1945 through 1968; the minimum wage would …

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