Mind Over Money: Financial Recovery:
Does thinking about money make you anxious, queasy, upset, or frustrated? Then you’ll want to listen in when Talk Credit Radio host Gerri Detweiler interviews Karen McCall on Friday, May 20, 2011 between 3-4 pm Eastern Time. Karen is the founder of the Financial Recovery Institute and the author of the new book, Financial Recovery: Developing a Healthy Relationship with Money. Since 1988, she has counseled individuals, couples, businesses, and a wide variety of recovery groups through a holistic, transformational approach that results in a stable and secure financial foundation. She’ll explain the number one thing you can do today to start the financial recovery process and start feeling better about money.
How to Feel Better About Money »
Fighting Back Against Bank Fees:
Farnoosh Torabi will also join the Gerri to talk about her recent column, Silly Bank Fees. Feel like you are being nickled and dimed by your bank? Farnoosh and Gerri will discuss how to fight back.
Silly Bank Fees »
Weekly Mortgage Report: Getting the Best Mortgage Rate:
In this week’s mortgage report, ArcLoan.com’s Joe Kelly will explain what it takes to get the best mortgage rate. He’ll also clarify when it makes sense to get a 15-year loan versus a 30-year loan.
How to Get a Low Rate Mortgage »
Consumer Disputes: Arbitration Fairness Act:
Finally, Gerri will answer listener questions and talk about new legislation designed to help ensure consumers and workers get their day in court if they have a legitimate dispute. You can ask Gerri a question here, or call 941-954-1280 during the live broadcast. If she answers your question on the air, you’ll win a free copy of one of her books, Debt Collection Answers: How to Use Debt Collection Laws to Protect Your Rights or Reduce Debt, Reduce Stress: Real Life Solutions for Solving Your Credit Crisis.
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Tune in to Talk Credit Radio:
Talk Credit Radio airs live every week on WTMY-1280 AM in Sarasota Florida between 3-4 pm Eastern time/ 12-1 pm Pacific Time. Episodes are also archived at Credit.com and on iTunes.