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The Credit Line: Your 401K and Avoiding a Sell-Off; What’s Next After You Get Declined for Credit

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Tune in to this week’s installment of The Credit Line, hosted by Credit.com’s chairman and co-founder Adam Levin on Los Angeles’ KFWB 980 AM this Saturday, August 20, at 9 a.m. PST/Noon EST.

The show is co-hosted by L.A. radio personality Jeff Levy.

Your 401K in a Financial Crisis

Sean Patrick, an independent financial advisor, talks to us about the need to avoid panic selling in this unstable economic environment. He’ll also discuss what strategies to take—and which ones to avoid—when setting up a 401K.

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What to Do if You Get Declined for a Credit Card

Have you applied for credit and gotten declined? Don’t panic. Beverly Harzog, Credit.com’s credit card expert, joins us to talk about what creditors have to tell you when they turn you down, and your next best steps to take when you’re declined.

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Call in with your questions

Do you have a credit question?  Adam Levin and Jeff Levy are ready to take your calls live this Saturday, August 20 at 9 a.m. PST/Noon EST, at 888-539-2980.

Listen to The Credit Line


  • Listen Live: The Credit Line streams live here every Saturday at 9 a.m. PST/Noon EST, and repeats on Sundays at 11 p.m. PST/ 2 a.m. EST.
  • Listen to the Archives: Listen to previous episodes of The Credit Line in the Credit.com Radio archives here.

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