Out Money by Jeremy R. Gussick

OutMoney covers a variety of financial planning issues that LGBT singles and couples may face throughout their lives. From paying off debt, to saving for retirement, to filing for Social Security and Medicare, OutMoney will help guide you to making educated, sound financial decisions. Readers can submit questions directly to PGN columnist and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Jeremy Gussick at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Q: My partner and I are considering leaving money to some local LGBT charities by naming them as beneficiaries on our life insurance, since we don’t really need the insurance coverage anymore. Is this a good strategy?

A: I commend you for looking to support our local LGBT organizations! Assuming you don’t need to coverage for yourself, directing life-insurance benefits to a charity may be a good solution. Here are a few thoughts to consider.

Q: I own a small business in South Jersey and provide full health benefits for my employees. I’m concerned about my ability to keep doing so going forward with the rising costs of health care. Any suggestions for a small business?

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