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Talk Credit Radio: How to Live Well On An Average Income

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This week on Talk Credit Radio: Friday September 9, 2011

Tune into Talk Credit Radio this week with Credit.com’s personal finance expert Gerri Detweiler, live from 4-5 ET/1-2 PT on WSRQ.

How to Live Well On An Average Income

You don’t have to make a six-figure income to live well, and Danny Kofke is proof of that. He works as a special education teacher—a career he’s passionate about—and his family lives well on his income. He revealed how he got started in his first book, How To Survive (and Perhaps Thrive) On A Teacher’s Salary, and now he shares his financial insights he’s gathered in his new book, Financial Wisdom: Teach Yourself (And Your kids) How To Live Wealthy with Little Money.

Win Danny Kofke’s New Book!

The first caller to call the station at 941-373-1220 during the live show wins a copy of Financial Wisdom: Teach Yourself (And Your kids) How To Live Wealthy with Little Money.

Plus, every week you can call in live or submit a credit question for Gerri to answer on the show, and if she uses it on the air, you’ll win a free copy of your choice 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 Your Credit Crisis. Call into the live program at 941-373-1220 or send your question by email to creditexperts@credit.com. (Be sure to note your question is for Talk Credit Radio.)

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