Andi Tremonti, a female to male trans person, joins us on this episode of Queer Money to talk about being transgender and the financial costs of gender reassignment. Andi explains to us his process of coming out as transgender. He first found support through his friends and then found a gender-affirming therapist who helped him navigate … Continued
On this Queer Money, we talk about how today’s life insurance is not your father’s life insurance and why all queer people need it. We’re joined by Mark Sayre, Underwriting Product Manager for Haven Life, who gives us all we need to know to get the right life insurance. He, also, shares how his company … Continued
On this Queer Money, we meet Curtis Wong, Senior Editor of The Huffington Post Queer Voices. We highlight other successful members of the queer community on Queer Money. This episode is for anyone thinking of getting into journalism and those who want to make a childhood dream come true. Curtis Wong shares that it was reading … Continued
We bring back Queer Money Lifestyle Newsletter, Elite Personal Trainer and body builder Aaron Guy for this week’s Queer Money to talk about fitness for 40-year-olds and older. Would you believe that Aaron’s top two favorite exercises for abs are squats and dead lifts? Aaron, also, shares the number one mistake you’re making! When you learn … Continued
We decided to shake Queer Money up a bit, bust out our wine and talk about one of our favorite topics, success. We love watching motivational videos and listening to motivational podcasts about success and the law of attraction. These topics motivate and inspire us to do more and be more ourselves. The goal of … Continued
On this episode of Queer Money, we talk with Adrian from Tel Aviv, Israel. Adrian shares with us his experience navigating the international waters of queer family planning. With same-sex marriage still new in the U.S., the queer community is considering family planning at record levels. This Queer Money shares an example of what international surrogacy … Continued
On this Queer Money, we talk with philanthropist, Steve Bolinger, about how he created Development in Gardening (DIG), which is helping to fight AIDS in Africa. To learn how Steve traveled the world for nine months and then created such an impactful organization, listen to or watch this Queer Money.
On this Queer Money, we continue our series on generational career and retirement planning. This episode focuses on GenXers, also considered the sandwich generation because we often get lost between Baby Booms and Millennials in terms of marketing and media attention.
We talk with real estate pro William S. Matthews, who shares his thoughts on the state of the national real estate market and what his primary demographic, millennials, are looking for in real estate. We discuss home buying tips all prospective home owners should know when buying or selling a home, including “shining up” their … Continued
MidLife Career Change It seems every generation wants a midlife career change earlier than the generation before them. A recent study shows that 73 percent of the 30-somethings want a new career, up from 64 percent in 2013. Another study shows that 80 percent of 20-somethings already want a new career. What should these job hoppers … Continued