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
Are the costs of your dates going north while your love life is going south? Are you down to your last dollar? On this Queer Money, we host two good friends, one gay and one straight, to talk about the financial costs of both the queer and the straight dating scenes. Social media, such as Facebook, Instagram
Since same-sex marriage was passed by The Supreme Court of the United States in June 2015, queer equality has been achieved, right? Wrong! The fight for queer equality has migrated to the state level and many discriminatory rules, regulations and precedence have yet to be updated. One woman is helping to change all of this.
Is money the root of all evil? Is your gender, race, religion or sexual orientation keeping you from financial success? Who’s to blame for your financial struggles? On this Queer Money, we talk with our friend and colleague, Bob Wheeler of The Money Nerve and Funny Money podcast about big money mistakes and limiting money
On today’s Queer Money, we talk with motivational speaker, life and career coach, Megan Watt. Megan is the author of the prescriptive book Discover. Act. Engage., which helps people turn seemingly unachievable life goals, or Someday Goals, into reality. Megan is now turning her successful book into a docuseries to help even more people. Someday
On this episode of Queer Money, we talk with co-founder and CEO of PolicyGenius, Jennifer Fitzgerald. Jennifer shares with us her insights about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as it stands today, what everyone should know during open enrollment and her insights as to where the ACA may go under the new presidential administration. As
We bring back one of our favorite CFPs, David Rae of FinancialPlannerLA.com, to finish our Queer Money series on generational retirement planning. You can find our show on Millennials here and GenXers here. Today’s focus is on gay boomers and all queer people in the boomer age group. Boomers started retiring en masse in 2011.
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On this Queer Money, we talk with Betsy Codding. Betsy is the Social Media Manager for MassMutual and was a key player in producing MassMutual’s beautiful and powerful “Vow to Protect” video campaign. “Vow to Protect” was a big investment and a bold statement of support for the LGBT community and same-sex marriage even for
Today’s Queer Money closes out Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence is a topic not much discussed in our society. If it wasn’t for our friend and guest for today’s Queer Money, Brynne of Femme Frugality, we wouldn’t have known that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. When domestic abuse is talked about, it often excludes