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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

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

7 Tips for Setting Attainable Goals

Setting attainable goals that work Well, we’re here at the beginning of February…how did it go with those New Year’s Resolutions? Did you quit smoking? Are you hitting the gym? Eating healthily? Probably not. Because you set yourself up for huge changes, rather than set attainable goals. How I set my attainable goals I’m down … Continued

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

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

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