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The Awesome Power of the 4 Financial Classes

What are the four financial classes? What financial class do you belong to? Which one do you WANT to join? Find out where you are and where you want to go on this episode of the Queer Money® podcast. Hear how to join your desired financial class Which of the four financial classes describes you … 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 227: The Awesome Power of the 4 Financial Classes

What are the four financial classes? What financial class do you belong to? Which one do you WANT to join? Find out where you are and where you want to go on this episode of the Queer Money® podcast. Hear how to join your desired financial class Which of the four financial classes describes you … Continued

Season 1, Episode 226: What You Must Know Before Filing Bankruptcy

Before filing bankruptcy Filing bankruptcy should be a last resort in dealing with a critical debt situation. If you must file bankruptcy, though, here’s what you should know. Dvorkin of Debt.com on bankruptcy For those of us who are struggling to pay off debt, the idea of having those outstanding balances forgiven and simply starting … Continued

Season 1, Episode 224: How Racism and Personal Finance Intersect

Are racism and personal finance intertwined? Building good money habits is key to financial success. But what if you don’t have access to the same resources as everyone else? No doubt, institutional racism and personal finance are intertwined for Black Americans and other minority populations. Here’s a candid conversation about that. Hear how racism and … Continued