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How Can I Attract More Money into My Life?

We’re following up on last week’s Queer Money on which a listener asked for advice on how to talk to his partner about his partner’s money troubles. We recommended completing our Hopes & Dreams and Financial Blockers exercises. This week’s exercise gives us the opportunity to uncover what we’re willing to do to attract more … Continued

About Queer Money Podcast

David Auten and John Schneider are personal finance authors, bloggers and speakers for DebtFreeGuys.com with over thirty-five years of combined experience in finance. Their work has appeared in Yahoo Finance, Business Insider, Time, The Christian Science Monitor and Investopedia to name a few. Their show and podcast, Queer Money, is the only show talking about the financial nuances of the LTBTQ community. Their mission is to build a financially strong queer community.

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Season 1, Episode 43: How Can I Attract More Money into My Life?

We’re following up on last week’s Queer Money on which a listener asked for advice on how to talk to his partner about his partner’s money troubles. We recommended completing our Hopes & Dreams and Financial Blockers exercises. This week’s exercise gives us the opportunity to uncover what we’re willing to do to attract more … Continued

Season 1, Episode 42: How to Talk about Money with Your Partner When It’s Hard to Talk about Money

We received an email from a Queer Money listener who asked us to share our thoughts on how to talk about money with your partner when it’s hard to talk about money with your partner.

Season 1, Episode 40: How Teenpreneur Eva Baker Turned a Home School Project into a Thriving Business

On this Queer Money, we interview teenpreneur Eva Baker of TeensGotCents.com. Schools aren’t adequately teaching today’s students about money. Enter Eva Baker. Eva only recently lost her teenager-card, but is teaching teenagers and others too young to enter a bar about money. What started as a home-school project assigned by her mother, Eva has turned … Continued