Gay Weddings On this Queer Money, we talk with financial guru William S. Matthews about who should pay for same-sex weddings when traditional norms don’t apply. While the public is opening up more and more to same sex marriage, none of us were aware of any queer friends whose family paid for same-sex weddings.
CinemaQ On this episode of Queer Money, we talk with Patrick O’Brien, the Director of Development for the Denver Film Society at the Sie Film Center. From July 21 through July 24, The Denver Film Society is hosting its annual CinemaQ Film Festival, Denver’s only LGBTQ film festival. We talk about this and the impact of traditional and … Continued
Bed Buddies Director, Reid Waterer On this episode of Queer Money, we talk with shorts film writer and director of Bed Buddies, Reid Waterer. Reid’s written and directed other successful queer shorts such as Foreign Relations, Daddy’s Big Girl and The Deviants. Reid’s award-winning shorts, such as Deviants and You Can’t Curry Love, have played … Continued
Will you do it? Will you ask the one question that will lay the yellow brick road to your success? It was this one question that allowed us to squash the wicked witch of debt and hail the rise of our own emerald city. We did it. So can you!
Wish you could travel for 2 years straight? Our guest this week has done just that. On Queer Money Episode 5, we talk with serial entrepreneur and author of The Lion in the Cubicle, Chad Nash. Chad shares insight and tips for successful living.
How did we become The Debt Free Guys? How did we climb out of $51,000 in credit card debt? When did our lives turn around and what started it all? Find out more on this episode of Queer Money.
On this episode we are joined by financial advisor David Rae, CFP, of Los Angeles, CA. We talk about the fabulousness of PRIDE and the not so fabulousness of the financial state of our community. Who’s keeping up with Mr. & Mr. Jones? What can we do to do it better and we give 3 … Continued
On this Queer Money, we are joined by Emma Johnson of WealthySingleMommy.com and Karen Raforth of Boulder, Colorado’s KGNU show Outsources. We talk about whether or not the gay wealth disparity is real. Does the LGBT community have more wealth? Are gay men better off financially than our queer peers? Enjoy the show.
Coming out at work Most of us are hiding something about ourselves at work. On this episode of Queer Money®, we discuss the risks and rewards of coming out at work. What you should know before coming out at work: Should you come out at work? The Supreme Court of the United States only recently … Continued