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10 Daily Habits to be Happier, Healthier and Wealthier

How habits impact your wellbeing Raise your hand if you want to be happy, healthy and rich! You CAN change for the better, and it starts with making simple changes in your daily life. So, what daily habits do you need to practice to reduce stress, feel better and get on the road to financial … 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 , Episode : 10 Daily Habits to be Happier, Healthier and Wealthier

How habits impact your wellbeing Raise your hand if you want to be happy, healthy and rich! You CAN change for the better, and it starts with making simple changes in your daily life. So, what daily habits do you need to practice to reduce stress, feel better and get on the road to financial … Continued

Season 1, Episode 220: 3 Ways to Use Pink Dollars Better

The missing value of our pink dollars Pink dollars? Dorothy dollars? Lavender dollars? Are you using yours for the highest good? If you want to help build a strong LGBTQ community with the resources to push for progress, there are several things you can do to make that happen. Hear our strategies for using pink … Continued

Season 1, Episode 219: The High Cost of Varying Credit Scores

What is the cost of varying credit scores? A bad credit score can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of your lifetime. In fact, when the two of us were carrying $51K in credit card debt, we were spending $10K per year in credit card interest alone. So, how much is … Continued