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7 Home Buying Tips You Should Know

First-time home-buying tips everyone should know Navigating buying your first home can feel like tiptoeing through a minefield of information overload. With many do’s and don’ts swirling around, it’s no wonder many people are overwhelmed. But fear not! Let’s strip away the complexity and distill it down to the essentials. Here are seven straightforward tips … Continued

How to Quit Your Job for a Midlife Career Change

A midlife career change Each passing generation feels the tug of reinvention sooner than the last. If you’re contemplating a midlife career shift, here’s your guide to navigating the transition with confidence and success. Brian Thompson talks about midlife career change: Wanna quit your current job for a midlife career change? In January 2020, CNBC … Continued

What about Millennials, Careers and Retirement?

Why millennials, careers and retirement are a bid deal In the ever-evolving landscape of job opportunities and investment strategies, millennials navigate a terrain unlike anything their predecessors encountered. This dynamic environment injects a thrilling dose of uniqueness and excitement into millennial career paths and retirement planning, promising challenges to conquer and innovative opportunities to seize. … Continued

Who’s Paying for Your Gay Wedding?

Who’s paying for your gay wedding Since marriage equality, it seems like same-sex couples are lining up to tie the knot faster than you can say “I do.” But who’s footing the bill for their fabulous rainbow-themed extravaganzas? Tune in to Queer Money® for some financial wisdom with a sprinkle of glitter on top Will … Continued

CinemaQ: Embracing Queer Films in Denver

CinemaQ Film Festival Welcome to Queer Money®, where we dive into all things LGBTQ+ and financially fabulous. Today, we’re rolling out the red carpet and shining the spotlight on Denver, Colorado’s annual CinemaQ Film Festival, where queer cinema meets financial savvy in the Mile High City. Hear all about Denver’s 2016 CinemaQ Film Festival: CinemaQ … Continued

In Bed with Director, Reid Waterer

Bed Buddies Director, Reid Waterer On this episode of Queer Money®, we’re joined by the talented short film writer and director Reid Waterer, known for his captivating works like Bed Buddies, Foreign Relations, Daddy’s Big Girl, and The Deviants. Getting in Bed with Bed Buddies, Reid Waterer On this juicy Queer Money®, we’re chatting with … Continued

Why We Got Out of Debt

How we got out of debt Picture it: $51,000 in credit card debt hanging over us like a dark cloud in a rom-com. But before we could even think about paying it off, there was a burning question hotter than a drag queen’s highlighter. Curious? Spoiler alert: It wasn’t “Who wore it best?” Find out … Continued

5 Ways Gay Men Can Use the Law of Attraction

Gay men and the law of attraction Meet Chad Nash, the tech wizard who didn’t just build one, but two tech companies – because one simply wasn’t enough for his multitasking fabulousness. And guess what? He didn’t just conquer the boardroom; he globe-trotted for three whole years, probably leaving a trail of glitter in every … Continued

Out Debt Story: A Certain Kind of Love Story

Our debt story Once upon a time in a basement far, far away, we were a couple so in love that even our credit cards blushed. Little did we know, our journey from infatuation to financial liberation involved a $51,000 debt monster, a sprinkle of irony, and a Debt Lasso Method that made our love … Continued

Why Both Gay Money and Gay Pride Matter

Gay money and gay pride are inextricably linked Ah, the inseparable duo of gay money and gay pride – like peanut butter and jelly, but with more sass and fewer carbs. Let’s discuss how we can have at least as much pride in our finances as we do our sexual orientations and gender identities. Hear … Continued