Queer Money is the only show dedicated to how our money and our lives intersect. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender or Queer, we all have money needs. The Debt Free Guys will help you sort it out so you can #LiveDebtFree #HaveFun & #BeMoneyConscious!
3 Tips for Affordable Home Design Under $200 - Queer Money Ep. 251
Full notes here: https://debtfreeguys.com/affordable-home-design/
On this episode of Queer Money, Teri Moore of T. Moore Home joins us to explain how she is making design accessible, challenging us to consider an object’s function before we bring it home and invest in quality pieces that will stand the test of time. Listen in for Teri’s insight on decorating your home with artwork and get her top tips on refreshing your space—for $200 or less!
Our #1 Meal Prep Hack - Queer Money Ep. 250
Full show notes: https://debtfreeguys.com/meal-prep-hack/
On this episode of Queer Money, we share the benefits of our cook-once-eat-many strategy, explaining how batch cooking can save you a lot of time and money.
Listen in for insight around the tools we use for batching our meal prep and learn how YOU can be happier, healthier and wealthier with the cook-once-eat-many strategy!
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What You Don’t Know about Black Wall Street - Queer Money Ep. 249
Full show notes: http://debtfreeguys.com/black-wall-street
Hannibal B. Johnson is an attorney, activist and independent consultant with expertise in diversity, inclusion and cultural competence. On this episode of Queer Money, Hannibal joins us to explain the Tulsa of the 1920s and how it became one of the worst race massarcres of the 20th century and why so few of us know about it, along with what we can do to change that for the beneift of all Americans.
What Should I Do with My 401(k)? - Queer Money Ep. 248
Full show notes: https://debtfreeguys.com/what-should-i-do-with-my-401k/
In the COVID era, many of us have been laid off or changed jobs. So, what should we do with the 401(k) from our previous employer? Is it better to cash it out? Or roll it over?
On this episode of Queer Money, we explain why you shouldn’t take an early distribution from your retirement account unless you absolutely have to and how things are a little bit different right now—based on provisions in the CARES Act.
How Gays Can Plan and Teach Kids about Money - Queer Money Ep. 247
Complete show notes: https://debtfreeguys.com/gays-kids-money/
On this episode of Queer Money, Andy of Marriage, Kids & Money joins us to discuss what parents can do to budget for a new baby’s arrival and share some of the expenses he was not prepared for. He explains what he is doing to help his children learn about financial independence, challenging us to include our kids in conversations about money and teach them to be grateful for what they have.
7 Valentine Day Date Ideas - Queer Money Ep. 246
Full show notes here: https://debtfreeguys.com/valentines-day-date/
So, you want to plan something special for Valentine’s Day… But it’s challenging to come up with ideas when COVID continues to limit what we can do.
How can queer couples and polycules create memorable moments together this Valentine’s Day? What can we do to strengthen our relationships and have a really good time—without spending a ton of money?
On this episode of Queer Money, we share 7 Valentine’s Day date ideas.
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Great Episode on Black Wall Street
Very important that your podcast brought this to light for our LGBTQ community. We need to understand how POC have been and continue to be marginalized in America. Bravo 👏🏼
I love the range of topics and interviews. Really pleased that trans health was covered recently! I’m a cis straight woman raising kids that are lgbtq. I love that the range of topics makes me think more about info that is specific to them, but I also get so much out of the show for myself as well. Thanks!
Like the show but
It gets a little old that you either try to push your credit card payoff plan on every single episode or tell the story about how you were . Do you not have anything else to say?