Everything you wanted to know about personal finance, but unabashedly queer and radically inclusive — Dunn’s ready to help you get your shit together and stop feeling alone with your money troubles.
“I think I’m willing to do this because I’m constantly aware that death awaits us all and I’m more inclined to want to heighten an experience if I can.”
“How can I support the way she wants to live and not drown in debt?”
Explicitly for the queers and our allies, Superbia will not only function like a normal credit union would, but it will also pour 30% of its profits back into community organizations. And they’ll do this by making sure you aren’t refused service at your goddamn financial institution, a thing that still happens despite the fact that it is 2018.
Cee, Beth, Aja, and KaeLyn share their daring tales of real-life homeownership and their solid advice to future homebuyers!
Where do you even start the journey of finding your dream home? Right here!
We’re here to talk about how to get out of credit card debt or, if that feels too big right now, how to manage your debt in such a way that it doesn’t keep you awake at night. Because neither you nor I are going to win the lottery tomorrow.
All credit cards are not created equal. Here’s what you want to look for in a new card or your very first card.
Money makes the world go ’round and also you need it to pay for things because capitalism. So let’s talk about relationship finances after moving in together.