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  • Lucretia Kirby was on her own for the first time in years after her partner’s death. She felt stranded in a church-affiliated assisted living facility, where she said bigotry and even physical threats were ignored by building managers.

  • Here you can find helpful information on managing money such as spending less, eliminating credit card debt, funding for retirement, and more.

  • Approaching retirement can be scary with its litany of changes. With age differences in the family one might be retiring while the other is still in their prime earning years.

  • NEW YORK (AP) _ Gay and lesbian individuals are less prepared financially for retirement than their straight counterparts, according to an exclusive analysis by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

  • “The Black Trans Prayer Book” is a collection of stories that emphasizes the healing needs of Black transgender people.

  • NEW YORK -- For Kathy Murphy, the difference between being gay or straight is $583 a month.

  • $170,000.

    That’s how much a forensic accountant told Carol Wartenberg and Laura Hohnecker that they are missing out on in retirement savings because, essentially, they are gay.

  • As a big league umpire, Dale Scott saw maybe 1 million pitches from the field. His final call, it turned out, was the easiest of all.

  • This series, Retiring Gay, primarily considers the financial steps to successful retirement. However, preparing emotionally for retirement is equally important to a happy, fulfilling and successful retirement. Planning for retirement is your opportunity to reconsider day to day living. Insurance, investments, spending, savings, socializing, residence and many other considerations change. Reaching retirement with a well executed plan makes your transition to a post work life easier and more fulfilling.