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The Supreme Court Protects LGBT Workers

What the Supreme Court did to protect LGBT workers The Supreme Court made history on Monday, June 15, 2020, ruling that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 applies to discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. What does the decision mean for the LGBTQ community? And what steps can we take to make sure … Continued

Queer Money™ is the #1 Gay Podcast for Our Financial Needs

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 via the #1 gay podcast focused on the financial needs of the LGBTQ community.

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Season 1, Episode 218: The Supreme Court Protects LGBT Workers

What the Supreme Court did to protect LGBT workers The Supreme Court made history on Monday, June 15, 2020, ruling that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 applies to discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. What does the decision mean for the LGBTQ community? And what steps can we take to make sure … Continued

Season 1, Episode 214: Should I Use Secured Credit Cards to Build Credit?

Are secured credit cards to build credit wise? Let’s say you’re paying off a significant amount of credit card debt with the help of a debt settlement company, and you’re looking for ways to improve your credit score. Is using secured credit cards to build credit wise? Hear how to use secured credit cards to … Continued

Season 1, Episode 213: 4 Key Tips for Investing in Volatile Markets

Should you be investing in volatile markets? When the Coronavirus triggered a stock market crash, a lot of investors panicked. Others saw the dip as an opportunity to buy. So, what if you want to invest, but you don’t want to live on an emotional roller coaster? Is there an approach to investing that lends … Continued