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TweetChat Today: Jean Chatzky Answers Your Questions! #DebtDiet

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Join Credit.com and personal finance expert Jean Chatzky for a Tweet Chat today, Thursday May 19th, at 11:00 a.m. PST / 2:00 p.m. EST in to kick off our collaboration on The Debt Diet Challenge.

Join Jean Chatzky and Credit.com in the Debt Diet Challenge

We’re looking for five people to try out Jean’s Debt Diet. Those selected to participate will have full access to the Debt Diet program for a year, free of charge (it’s normally $49.95/year). In exchange, participants give regular updates about their progress, which we’ll publish on Credit.com. Jean will be writing about the program for Credit.com as participants go through it, and will be speaking with them directly about their experiences and helping them along the way. Questionnaire applications are being accepted until May 20, 2011.

Jean will also be available to answer your questions related to all things personal finance during the Tweet Chat. Have questions about managing debt? Keeping your credit score up? Need tips for a healthy mortgage? Or do you have a great take on today’s financial issues? Bring your questions and comments to the chat.

The chat starts today, Thursday May 19th, at 2:00 p.m. EST / 11:00 a.m. PST at TweetChat #DebtDiet. Or simply click to automatically be directed to our TweetChat event.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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