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Leading IM Creative Successfully IM Creative was named one of the fastest-growing privately-held companies by Inc. magazine in both 2015 and 2016. Today Scott Ihrig and Shannon Morrison talk about working together as a gay couple, the risk/reward proposition of owning a business and their take on digital versus analog life. Who is IM Creative? ‘Being together matters.’ This is the philosophy upon which IM Creative was founded. It also applies to the strong relationship between CEO and founder Scott and Chief Creative Officer Shannon, whose complementary skill makes them fabulous partners in both life and business. Scott and Shannon explain how having a successful company allows them to support the causes they believe in and the importance of retirement planning in the LGBTQ community. Listen and learn how IM Creative’s company values inform their business decisions and the daily habits that help Scott and Shannon improve personally and professionally. Scott spent two years as a lawyer before shifting to a career producing shows for the Radio City Rockettes. In 2000, he stopped working for other people and founded Ihrig Productions. Shannon studied theatre and psychology at Yale and then went to grad school at NYU where he earned an MFA in Musical Theatre Writing. Shannon spent three years as an associate with Hal Luftig, working on Broadway productions like Legally Blonde, Movin’ Out and Thoroughly Modern Millie. In 2007, Scott and Shannon met through an online dating site. Six months into their relationship, Scott was producing a corporate event for a pharmaceutical company and Shannon came along as a production assistant. They quickly realized that Shannon’s theatre background and creativity was a big value-add for the company that balanced Scott’s business acumen and ability to execute on ideas. Together they rebranded the company as IM Creative and have since expanded to include offices in New York, San Francisco, Charlotte and Columbus, Ohio. Their risk has paid off, and their experience and knowledge will benefit you. Find out more: https://debtfreeguys.com/im-creative-leaders-talk-love-business-gay-couple/
While the fundamentals of money are the same for all of us, our experiences, risks and concerns are all unique. In that way, queer money is different from straight money. And within the LGBT community, the degree of struggle varies. Our experience as cis, white, gay men is different from that of a transgender individual who may find it challenging to open a bank account because they don’t look like the picture on their driver’s license. So, what can we learn from listening to their stories? Brynne Conroy is a personal finance writer who started covering money when she didn’t have any. As she discovered ways to save and earn more, Brynne shared them on her blog, Femme Frugality. In October of 2018, she published the Amazon bestseller The Feminist Financial Handbook: A Modern Woman’s Guide to a Wealthy Life. One of the women featured in Brynne’s book is Nicole Lynn Perry, a transgender veteran and rainbow community advocate based in Seattle. Today, Brynne and Nicole join us to discuss The Feminist Financial Handbook. Brynne explains what drew her to Nicole’s story and why she chose to include it in the book, and Nicole shares her background serving in the US Marine Corps before transitioning and eventually becoming an activist for the queer community in general and transgender service members specifically. Nicole also explains what life is like for a transgender person in the US, describing the challenges around changing your name and gender marker and the difference in quality of life based on location. Listen in for insight into the transgender experience and learn why you should always take the time to listen to someone else’s story!
🏳️‍🌈 Show notes: https://debtfreeguys.com/money-confidence/ 🏳️‍🌈 Does the LGBTQ community lack money confidence? Are you following all the traditional advice on money, but you still feel stuck? The missing piece may be money confidence, a mindset critical to financial success. So, how do you develop money confidence? What is the connection between financial confidence and your ability to earn? And how might a money confidence coach serve us in the LGBTQ community? Jen Hemphill is an Accredited Financial Counselor and host of the Her Money Matters podcast, a show dedicated to practical money insights. Jenn works with clients as a money confidence coach, helping them do the inner work necessary to spend more consciously and reclaim ownership of their financial lives. She is also the author of Her Money Matters: The Missing Truths from Traditional Money Advice. Today, Jen explains what sets her apart as a money confidence coach, sharing her holistic approach to supporting clients in their financial journey. She defines what it means to have money confidence and offers advice around spending with intention. Jen shares several simple strategies to gain money confidence, discussing how celebrating financial wins provide an instant boost. Listen in for Jen’s insight on determining your values when it comes to spending and learn how Her Money Matters can support you in building that all-important money confidence!
You can have a healthy relationship with money Your relationship with money will affect your relationship with your partner. We talk with one of our favorite guests about how to strengthen your relationship with money and your partner. Your relationship with money coach Megan Lathrop, Capital One Café’s Money Coach, returns for another episode of Queer Money™. Megan is back to talk about money and relationships and how couples can have a better relationship with money with a few simple tools that she shares today. Megan will be on a two-city tour to promote Capital One Café’s free Talk Money with Your Honey Workshops. On Wednesday, October 4, 2017, we join Megan at Denver’s Capital One Café for a Newlywed-style game called Money Matched, where we and a few other metro Denver area couples will show how much or how little we know our partner and their thoughts about money. Megan will then be at the Philadelphia Capital One Café on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, for a similar event. Don’t miss these events if you’re in either the Denver or Philadelphia areas. They are both bound to be fun and informative. More help to improve your relationship with money Megan will be on a two-city tour to promote Capital One Café’s free Talk Money with Your Honey Workshops. On Wednesday, October 4, 2017, we join Megan at Denver’s Capital One Café for a Newlywed-style game called Money Matched, where we and a few other metro Denver area couples will show how much or how little we know our partner and their thoughts about money. Megan will then be at the Philadelphia Capital One Café on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, for a similar event. Don’t miss these events if you’re in either the Denver or Philadelphia areas. They are both bound to be fun and informative. Topics covered to fix your relationship with money The emotions about money and relationships The financial benefits of good communication skills The triggers that money can cause Talking about financial values with your partner Undercovering the hidden truth behind your spending Aligning your financial values with your partner for financial success Expectations exercise for newer couples to talk about money Creating money rituals Having a money date with your partner The causes and fixes of our unspoken financial expectations Aligning yours and your partner’s personal and financial definitions of success with your values Capital One’s National Survey 75% of Americans who are currently in or have ever been in a serious relationship said that setting financial goals with a partner is harder than setting financial goals as an individual 63% prefer to manage their finances with a partner rather than as an individual
DJ is the founder and CEO of Doran Multimedia that serves the queer community. He and his husband, Joe, have gone from rags to riches and rags to riches, again, and are on their fourth round of riches with their foray into media. We learn how they lived in Circus Circus in Las Vegas for $600 a month, how they fought a former Hell’s Angel over a sailing magazine and what it was like being in the military and coming out to his Italian Catholic mother.
On this Queer Money, we invite Amanda Clayman to discuss the results from the Prudential 2018 Financial Wellness Census and The Cut as it pertains to our 🏳️‍🌈 community. Amanda Clayman is a leader in the field of financial therapy. She serves as a money coach in private practice and financial wellness advocate for Prudential Financial. Amanda has much experience working with LGBTQ clients, having spent 10 years running the Financial Wellness Program for The Actors Fund. Amanda’s fiercely committed to helping people move beyond shame and frustration with money to find opportunities for personal growth on the journey to financial wellness. Amanda joins us to discuss the impetus behind Prudential’s 2018 Financial Wellness Census and explore the findings specific to LGBTQ respondents. She shares advice around what we can do in our everyday lives to achieve financial wellness, discussing the risks associated with remaining in the closet financially. Listen in for Amanda’s insight on the five components of a financially healthy LGBTQ relationship and learn how the queer community can prioritize financial wellbeing and get empowered both individually and collectively!
June 26, 2015, brought gay marriage to the land. June 27, 2015, brought gay divorce. Sadly LGBTQ unions are not impervious to irreconcilable differences. So what is a queer person to do to protect their finances if divorce seems to be looming on the horizon? How can we prevent it from being a colossal financial nightmare? We're joined by Kayla Sloan and Shanah Bell of CashWiseExwives.com to share their respective stories of divorce and how they are now equipping both women and men to be financially prepared for the undo of the "I do." Queer Money is made possible by the support of MassMutual. If you enjoy this podcast please thank MassMutual.
Full show notes: https://debtfreeguys.com/mental-health-and-money/ Is there a connection between mental health and money? Do you worry about money? A recent survey of our community revealed that 82% of LGBTQ couples worry about money at least once a month, with 58% of respondents admitting to feeling anxious at least once a week! So, what exactly is getting us down? How is the stress impacting our mental health? And what can we do to improve the situation? Is there a solution to better mental health and money? Sam Schultz is the co-founder of Honeyfi, a budget app that helps couples manage their money together. The company recently completed a ‘Love and Money Survey’ with 300 couples in the LGBTQ community to identify their unique challenges and top goals. Sam returns to Queer Money to cover the struggles LGBTQ couples face when it comes to money, beginning with a lack of emergency savings and ongoing worry about money—despite earning more than the median household income. He offers insight around how social media culture plays into the LGBTQ community’s spending choices and why it’s important for us to share honest stories about our money challenges. Sam shares the study’s findings on the large percentage of couples that don’t use any financial tools or resources and the connection between couples with poor credit and mental health concerns. Listen in to understand the opportunities the LGBTQ community has to improve our collective relationship with money and learn how the Honeyfi app can help!
Get your Late-Stage Retirement Calculator & Checklist: https://debtfreeguys.lpages.co/magic-money-late-retirement-checklist-thank-you Late-stage retirement planning If you’re in your 40’s, 50’s, or 60’s and have yet to put money away for retirement, you’re probably feeling anxious and have a thousand questions. Get answers to all your late-stage retirement planning questions on this Queer Money™, and get the Late-Stage Retirement Calculator & Checklist. Will you need to work past 80? Are there alternate investment strategies you should try? What is the best way to start saving—today? Let Teresa help you with late-stage retirement planning. Late-stage retirement planning with Teresa Mears Teresa spent 30 years as a newspaper journalist before shifting to online publishing. She runs Living on the Cheap, a website for personal finance and lifestyle advice. Living on the Cheap is a city-specific network of sites to help residents have a good time without going broke.  Today, Teresa explores the reasons why people don’t plan for retirement and the difficulty of living on Social Security alone. She offers an approach to saving for retirement for those getting a late start and addresses concerns about finding work later in life. Teresa explains her take on using the cashflow model to earn retirement income, reverse mortgages, and overspending on ‘stuff.’ Complete show notes: https://debtfreeguys.com/late-stage-retirement-planning/
This week Queer Money brings back Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Brian Thompson of BT Financial. Brian was our featured guest on Season 1, Episode 11: 4 Keys to Winning the MidLife Career Change, on which Brian talked about his transition from tax attorney to CFP. This week Brian shares three surprises, three ah-has and an awesome LGBT money quote, as we discuss his participation in Betterment’s Wealth Management for the LGBT community event in New York City earlier this month.
Get the Budget Buster Bundle here: https://debtfreeguys.com/budget-buster-bundle/ You might be under the impression that the terms fabulous and frugal are mutually exclusive. But in truth, frugality is not about eliminating the fun from your life. It’s about spending money on the things that matter most to you—and finding ways to do MORE with LESS. David Rae is a Certified Financial Planner and Accredited Investment Fiduciary based in Los Angeles. He has been helping clients achieve financial security for the last 17 years, building a reputation as a specialist in serving the LGBT community. David writes a regular column for Forbes, and his work has appeared in The Huffington Post, Investopedia and The Advocate. He has also been interviewed on Nightline, the Today Show and NBC Nightly News, among many other media outlets. Today, David joins us to discuss how to live a champagne lifestyle—on a beer budget. He offers his take on what it means to live frugally, exploring why the queer community is sometimes tempted to overspend. David also offers advice on how often to treat yourself, how to balance money management with gift giving, and how to negotiate a raise as a member of the LGBT community. Listen in for insight on the distinction among the terms poor, cheap and frugal—and learn how to include your friends in your fabulous journey to financial security!
Full show notes here: https://debtfreeguys.com/heterosexual-privilege/ Heterosexual Privilege & Money Does heterosexual privilege exist and does it impact your money? Our Queer Money guest this week thinks so and explains how she benefited, and ultimately how she and her husband embraced frugality and learned to appreciate the simplicity and beauty of less.  This is easier said than done is our culture of consumerism, where we are constantly bombarded by the idea that having MORE will provide the fulfillment we crave. Liz and Nate Thames spent nearly ten years working good corporate jobs, making a lot of money—and spending it on fabulous clothes, fabulous evenings out, fabulous cars… Despite having the means to pursue this Rumspringa of spending, the Thames were still waiting for happiness to kick in. Four years ago, Liz and Nate decided to step out of the consumer loop and reimagine their lives. They adopted frugality and shifted their focus to spending only on the things that they valued most. By 2016, the couple had achieved financial independence, and they moved to a homestead in the woods of Vermont. Today, Liz shares the inspiration for her upcoming book, Meet the Frugalwoods. She explains the relationship between money and happiness and offers her take on the privilege, including heterosexual privilege, she benefits from. Liz discusses the tertiary benefits of her frugal lifestyle, sharing how it has strengthened her relationships and provided her with the clarity to focus on her highest and best purpose. Listen in and learn how to shift your priorities and start making conscious decisions about spending that allow you to appreciate the beauty of less and live your best life every day.
What is it like for a gay man in college sports? Can LGBT players at both the college and pro level successfully be themselves or does the stigma of being queer still weigh heavily on players. Landon Foster, the former punter for the University of Kentucky, is on Queer Money to share his story, why he didn't come out when he was in college and what he hopes for other young players. This episode of Queer Money is being brought to you by MassMutual.
What’s the fastest way for most of us to get rich? By investing as much as we can as early as we can into a 401k. As a reader asks, though, what’s the best 401k for young adults? A Traditional 401k or a Roth 401k? Meet our young adult, Carter After listening to Queer Money™  episode 61, “5 Steps to Prepare for Financial Emergencies in Your Sleep,” Carter from Ohio emailed us a question. Carter wants to know, as a young gay man, which type of 401k offered to him by his employer is best? Should he invest in a Traditional 401K or a Roth 401K? There’s no blanket answer to this question. So, after we received Carter’s question, we asked him a few questions ourselves. Carter’s 27 years old and graduated college a few years ago. His current income is $43,000 a year and he has student loan debt financed at 3.5%. Carter has an emergency savings account set up per our instructions in Queer Money™  episode 61. He’s currently saving $40 a month in that emergency savings account and will have $500 in emergency savings by next July. What’s the difference between a Traditional vs. a Roth 401k? A Roth 401K is an employer-sponsored retirement account in which you contribute after-tax dollars and the money you invest in that account grows tax-free. Withdrawals from this account are, also, tax-free. A Traditional 401k is an employer-sponsored retirement account in which you contribute pre-tax dollars that grow tax sheltered. Withdrawals from a Traditional 401k are, unlike with a Roth 401k, taxed as ordinary income upon withdrawal. The annual contribution limit for both Traditional and Roth 401ks is the lower of 100% of your income or $18,000 for 2018. Additional contributions of up to $6,000 can be made into either type of account if you’re currently over 50 years old. Calculate your retirement income with this simple calculator Moneychimp Calculator What’s the best 401k for young adults like Carter? As with most things in life, it depends. Ultimately Cater and all of us who invest in a 401k (or a 403b for government employees) is, do I want to pay my taxes now or when I’m retired? You ultimately want to pay the least amount of taxes possible. Will that be when you’re younger or when you’re older? Will taxes be the same, higher or lower than they are today? No one can answer these questions with total certainty. Therefore, some professionals recommend hedging your bets and investing in both a Traditional and a Roth 401k. Investing a portion in both reduces your risk of incorrectly guessing which way taxes will go by the time you retire and still let you benefit today from the benefits of investing into a 401k. To hear our best recommendation for the best 401k for a young adult such as Carter, listen to this episode of Queer Money™ . Best 401k for young adults resources: Queer Money™ episode 61, “5 Steps to Prepare for Financial Emergencies in Your Sleep” IRS Comparison Chart Queer Money™ on iTunes Queer Money™  Lifestyle Newsletter
So, you’re at the bar and someone suggests a round of shots. You know that eventually, it will be your turn to buy, and you’d rather save the money for a trip you’re planning. But how do you say no to your friends? How do you overcome the peer pressure to spend? On today’s episode of Queer Money, we’re sharing five strategies to stand up to peer pressure and save money to pursue your hopes and dreams. We discuss the advantages of using cash as opposed to credit or debit cards and explain why it’s useful to have an entrance and exit strategy for enjoying a night out with friends. We go on to describe how Stephen Covey’s principle to begin with the end in mind applies in this situation, offering insight around how we prioritized our bigger goals in order to curb our margarita spending. Listen in to understand the value of an accountability partner and learn how to be up front with your friends about your money goals as you overcome the peer pressure to spend!
Life Insurance When HIV+ with Sau El of Simply Insurance Life insurance is incredibly important. Not only does the death benefit cover funeral costs, the payout can provide long-term financial security for your loved ones. But what if you are HIV+? How challenging is it to secure a life insurance policy if you have the human immunodeficiency virus? Sau El is the Co-founder and CEO of Simply Insurance, a platform providing a simple and fast way to purchase insurance online. Sau is a licensed life and health insurance agent with 10-plus years of experience in the insurance industry. In addition to being an ambitious entrepreneur, Sau is an insurance educator and field underwriter on a mission to get one million families insured. Today, Sau joins us to explain the fundamentals of underwriting as well as the benefits of securing a no-exam policy. He offers a brief history of the no-exam option and discusses the difference between a group and individual policy. Sau walks us through the life insurance options available to people who are HIV+, covering the ONLY company willing to underwrite those individuals, the additional requirements for someone who’s HIV+, and what factors may STILL prevent them from being approved. Listen in to understand the benefits of buying a policy as soon as possible and serving as both owner and insured—and learn where to go for resources and support in choosing the most affordable life insurance product for your situation!
Like many other gay men, Kerrie felt the need to live up to the expectations of his LGBTQ community. He also felt the need to match the lifestyle of the jobs he had. All of this, like your hosts, landed him in tens of thousands of debt. Fortunately for Kerrie, his story is one of success, although not before he had to go on national television and chat with Suze Orman. Which meant he couldn't hide his secret any more and was accountalbe to friends and family to pay it all off. Find out some of the keys to his success. What his life looks like now and why he is much happier today than he was with all the stuff needed to impress his gay friends.
On this Queer Money, we discuss a topic that often brings up angst for many in the LGBTQ community; should I be out at work? An estimated 50% of LGBTQ individuals in the US are not out at work. Why does visibility matter? What can companies do to encourage self-identification? And how can businesses use this information to support queer employees and advocate for equality in the places where they operate? Todd Sears is a former investment banker and financial advisor turned entrepreneur for equality. He led pioneering LGBT+ inclusion initiatives at Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse before founding Out Leadership in 2011. Todd originated the idea of a Return on Equality, and his global leadership initiatives seek to engage senior leaders around LGBT+ opportunities, develop talent, and impact business results. Today, Todd joins us to discuss the recently published LGBT+ Self-ID Study, explaining what prompted Out Leadership to conduct this research and how companies can use the information. He weighs in on what companies need to do to promote LGBT+ self-identification and offers insight around the pros and cons of coming out at work. Listen in to understand what Out Leadership hopes to accomplish through the LGBT+ Self-ID Study and learn how visibility among the queer community improves the corporate culture for other minority groups!
LGBTQ student loan debt There’s a student loan debt crisis in our country. In fact, the $1.4 TRILLION in outstanding student loans has officials worried about significant economic consequences. Sadly, the LGBTQ student loan debt crisis is more severe. Miranda Marquit and her colleagues at Student Loan Hero were curious about the LGBTQ student loan debt crisis, so they conducted an exhaustive study and shared it with us on Queer Money™. Miranda Marquit, Student Loan Hero and the LGBTQ student loan debt crisis Miranda is a long-time freelance journalist in the financial space and senior writer for Student Loan Hero. Her work can be found on several finance websites, including US News, Yahoo!Finance and Huffington Post. Miranda blogs at Planting Money Seeds, and is the author of Confessions of a Professional Blogger. Today, Miranda shares several must-know points from the Student Loan Hero LGBTQ study about the LGBTQ student loan debt crisis, including why the queer community has more student loan debt — and regret than the general population. She offers her take on the recent political setbacks for the LGBTQ population and how data collected in the recent study might be used to make structural changes to the FAFSA requirements.
The Pink Dollar is estimated to be $971 billion dollars in buying power. The power of LGBTQ businesses is even more. There are an estimated 1.4 million LGBT owned businesses in the United States alone. The place where many of them come together to learn best practices and connect with Fortune 500 companies that have a mission to include them in their supply chain is at the NGLCC International Business and Leadership conference. This year's conference was a first for the Debt Free Guys and Queer Money. Listen to this week's episode to learn more from attendees, both small business and supportive companies why this conference makes a difference and why we need these types of connections in the LGBT community. This podcast episode is sponsored by MassMutual
5 Unique Steps to Initiate the Money Conversation with Your Spouse Initiating a conversation about money is never easy. You may even feel a certain amount of shame around your financial situation and talking about it can be incredibly uncomfortable. On the other hand, you know how important it is to be on the same money page with your partner. So, how do you broach the subject with a significant other who is resistant to discussing money? Today, we’re sharing five unique tactics for initiating the money conversation with your partner. We explain how to soften the money discussion by blaming us or bringing it up in a quiet public place. We go on to offer insight into the value of exposing your own vulnerability first and focusing on how to achieve your shared hopes and dreams. Finally, we cover the strategy of sharing your feelings and concerns with the intent to find a solution for yourself. Listen in to understand the many benefits of having an open, honest conversation about money with your partner—and learn how working on your finances together leads to more happiness AND better sex!
On this week's Queer Money we continue looking at the success stories coming out of the Credit Card Pay Off Course, which opens back up Sunday, September 8th, for 5 days only!  Karen and Dave were struggling. Unplanned expenses forced the couple to max out several credit cards, and they weren’t sure how to fix it on their own. That’s when they came across our Credit Card Pay Off Course and made the decision to invest in their future. On this episode of Queer Money, Karen and Dave join us to share their experience with the Credit Card Pay Off Course, explaining how family obligations, unexpected healthcare expenses and unconscious spending led to their serious credit card debt. They explain how they learned about the course and what makes it different from other programs in terms of flexibility and the detailed spending analysis. Karen and Dave also discuss the progress they’ve made so far, describing how they’ve adjusted their spending habits to pay off several cards and significantly decrease their monthly interest payments. Listen in as Karen and Dave share their plan to buy a travel trailer once they’ve built up savings and learn how your hopes and dreams can inspire YOU to pay off credit card debt and live the life you want!
Navigating the world as a member of the LGBT community gives us an advantage when it comes to creativity, allowing us to see possibilities that others may not and affording us a different way of looking at the world. So, how can you tap into that inherent creativity to grow your business and brand? How can you leverage imagination as a superpower and become a creative entrepreneur? Peter Krask is the Founder and Creative Director of The Creativity Guide, a venture that helps entrepreneurs and artists tap into their creativity and provides support and direction in designing and running a business. He was recently selected to be a Dedicated Mentor at the New Museum in New York City for Year 6 of the New Inc. Program. Peter is also an accomplished photographer and writer, and he has been the President of PMK Floral Arts for 20-plus years. On this episode of Queer Money, Peter joins us to define creative entrepreneurship and discuss what creatives and entrepreneurs have in common. He shares the connection between being queer and being creative, weighing in on what creativity blocks LGBT entrepreneurs have in common and how we can capitalize on our ability to see possibilities outside the norm. Listen in for insight around Peter’s role as a Creativity Guide and learn how tap into your imagination and leverage creativity as a superpower.
What does it take to be successful? One way to figure it out is to talk to successful people (LGBTQ and otherwise), find out what they do—and then do THAT. Martin Eiden is a top producer in the New York real estate space, selling nearly $1B in property to date. In 2017 alone, he sold a property every 10 days for a total of $55M in sales! With 20 years in the business, Martin is known for his attention to detail, candidness with clients and focus on excellence. He began his professional career in architectural engineering, designing skyscrapers, airports, hospitals and laboratories in the US and abroad before transitioning to real estate. On this episode of Queer Money, Martin joins us to discuss the driving force behind his success, explaining his philosophy that if you do what you love, the money will follow. He walks us through his morning routine and describes how the process makes him a leader in his field. Listen in for Martin’s insight around the value in hiring a coach and learn how his success gives him the time freedom to travel and spend quality time with his husband and son!
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Jun 2nd, 2016
Latest Episode
Mar 31st, 2020
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No. of Episodes
207
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38 minutes
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