A Dreamy LGBT Financial Dream
Your gay retirement dreams tomorrow depend on your LGBT financial experience today.
Flash forward to Palm Springs CA 20 years into the future, and a once young, vivacious and muscly disco boy turned impressively in shape and well-groomed retiree. The air is hot, the sky blue, the boys tan, the drinks strong.
Is this your life in retirement or the trip of a lifetime? Are you loving your golden years or getting a taste of what might have been?
Getting Queer Money at Prudential’s LGBT Financial Experience Symposium
On Tuesday, June 13, 2017, the Debt Free Guys will join several other LGBT leaders at Prudential’s LGBT Financial Experience Symposium to talk all things LGBT money. To highlight what we’ll discuss and promote this fantastic event, we’re presenting three gripping findings from Prudential’s 2016 – 2017 LGBT Financial Experience Survey.
Same-Sex Marriage Has Made LGBT Money Simpler
The legalization of same-sex marriage in 2015 made many aspects of our lives easier, including our money. We talk about how LGBT people can use this milestone to get closer to self-actualization and why we need more LGBT business, community, and political leaders.
The Gap Between The LGBT-Haves and The LGBT Have-Nots Is Growing
Not unlike the rest of the world, the gap between the haves and the have-nots in the queer community is widening. As this Atlantic article, we referenced suggests, those of us struggling aren’t always the ones who look as though we’re struggling.
If you’re feeling closer to the have-nots than the haves and you’re concerned you’re closer to retirement than not; there’s still hope. Here’s the link to our Queer Money interview with Todd Tresidder on which he talked about retirement solutions for 40- and 50-year-olds who haven’t yet started saving for retirement.
To be a part of an uplifting community centered on building a bigger life personally and financially, join our free Queer Money Facebook Group.
LGBT People Want More LGBT Financial Information
The last of the three biggest stats from Prudential’s study was that LGBT people want more information about LGBT money. Providing that service is everything on which Debt Free Guys and Queer Money is based.
Click here for 11 free Debt Free Guys tools and resources, along with links to some of our favorite money business partners.
To Get More LGBT Financial Success
If you’re in the tri-state areas or know someone who is, . . .join us with Prudential at Kiyo Hall (655 Broad Street) in Newark NJ on Tuesday, June 13, 2017, from 6 pm – 9:30 pm.Click To Tweet If you can’t make it, don’t fret. Look out for Debt Free Guys’ videos and articles from the Prudential’s LGBT Financial Experience Symposium on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.