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15 Social Media Tricks to Take Your Brand from Bland to Grand

Sassy Social Media Tricks We all love a good trick. Tricks give us the treats we need when we need it and then we can move onto the next trick. Today, we’re sharing 15 social media tricks to give more and get more. Hey, download the FREE Debt Free Guys’ 15 Social Media Dos & … 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 51: 15 Social Media Tricks to Take Your Brand from Bland to Grand

Sassy Social Media Tricks We all love a good trick. Tricks give us the treats we need when we need it and then we can move onto the next trick. Today, we’re sharing 15 social media tricks to give more and get more. Hey, download the FREE Debt Free Guys’ 15 Social Media Dos & … Continued

Season 1, Episode 50: The Path to Early Retirement Isn’t as Complicated as You Think

Debt Free Guys readers and listeners tell us that their number two financial concern is retirement planning. Many listeners seek our help with retirement planning when they’re in their 40s and 50s, which is serious crunch time. Today’s Queer Money guest shares his path to early retirement that late retirement planners can use before it’s … Continued

Season 1, Episode 49: 17 Semi-Hard and Creative Ways to Keep Your Money

Comfort is the enemy of progress. You sometimes have to go outside your norm, maybe become a little uncomfortable, to achieve your goals. That’s why we came up with these 17 semi-hard and creative ways to keep your money to yourself.  Show Notes