Do You Have Queer Money? An Interview With David and John Auten-Schneider


Do You Have Queer Money? An Interview With David and John Auten-Schneider

Queer Money Tips and how to manage your finances in bad economic times.

John and David share their story about how they got into debt, why it is so alluring, and what they did to get out of debt. This is a problem shared by most people in the US. It is hard to avoid debt as it is so pervasive and seductive. Yet if you want to be financially free and lift the psychological burden that keeps you from your own financial freedom, you need to know how to be smart with debt.

John and David talk about the 5 Steps to Being Debt Free, The Lasso Method, The Debt Avalanche, Debt Snowball, and many more strategies to eliminate debt in your life. 

Join us this week to learn the best methods to conquer your own debt challenges.

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Today's Guests: David and John Auten - Schneider

With their writing and speaking for and Queer Money® podcast, David & John Auten-Schneider help queer people (and allies) live fabulously not fabulously broke. As certified LGBTBEs, they are the queer voice in both personal and business finances. David and John’s work has appeared on Forbes, Yahoo!Finance, NBC’s Squawk Box and The News with Sheppard Smith, ABC News, Rachel Ray Show and Good Morning America to name a few.

They’ve partnered with some of the best in financial services, including Capital One, Experian, MassMutual, American Express, Prudential. They’ve partnered with some of the best LGBTQ+ organizations including, The Trevor Project, Callen-Lorde, The William Way Foundation, One Colorado and LGBTQ+ centers nationwide. Their goal is to connect LGBTQ+ people with the information and tool they need to reach financial security.

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