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    Golden Girls Articles

    Who doesn’t love the Golden Girls.  We do as well, in this section we share financial tips inspired by Dorothy, Sophia, Rose and Blanche.  Who knew a sitcom from the late 80’s could hold some much financial knowledge.

    Whether your are caring for you aging parents (Like Dorothy), Living with your Kids (Sophia), struggling to get by (like Rose Nylund) or looking to enjoy every thing life has to offer and are looking for ways to increase your income (Like Blanche) you may take away different financial lessons for various Golden Girls episodes.

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    Golden Girls Retirement Plan: Part 1

    The Golden Girls Retirement Plan. Could this beloved 80’s sitcom hold the solution to the impending retirement crisis facing America’s workforce? Or even provide some much needed help over a few financial planning hurdles for the LGBTQI community? Living like …

    New Modern Retirement Grace and Frankie-Style

    Could you handle a Retirement like Grace and Frankie? Even with gay ex-husbands and straight ex-wives to deal with, growing older can still be filled with adventure and possibility . . . as long as you’ve got the wherewithal to …

    Golden Girls Financial Issues Spotlight on Women

    Golden Girls Financial Issues Spotlight on Women Golden Girls Retirement Plan, Part 4 Retirement Is a Women’s Issue Pop Quiz: What’s better for your bottom line, a dead spouse or an ex-spouse?   – – – A few weekends ago …

    Golden Girls Blanche Deveraux Retirement Plan Part 3

    By pooling their resources as housemates, Golden Girls’ hottie-of-a-certain age Blanche Devereaux and her homegirls Dorothy, Rose and Sophia keep on living the good life through retirement. Television’s Golden Girls continue to give us a great run for the money …

    The Golden Girls Rose Fights Back : Retirement Plan Part 2

    The Golden Girls Rose Fights Back, GG Retirement Plan Part 2: Oh Rose, Where Did Our (Pension) Funds Go? Second in a series. Major intellectuals, foremost philosophers and all my friends at the Abbey agree that most financial (or indeed …

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