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Talk Credit Radio: The New Frugality

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This week on Talk Credit Radio: Friday November 11, 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. Additional ways to listen are listed below.

Chris Farrell, the economics editor for Marketplace Money, joins Talk Credit Radio to share insights from his book, The New Frugality: How to Consume Less, Save More and Live Better. Chris and host Gerri Detweiler will discuss:

  • Whether consumers are really changing their financial behaviors in these tough economic times.
  • If Americans are going to finally going to “live within our means”—something we’ve always wanted to do but haven’t?
  • How concerned we should be about a European sovereign debt and bank crisis.
  • Why Chris says thinks we should be saving more in non-retirement accounts.

Gerri will be giving away a copy of Chris Farrell’s book to a caller, so be sure to tune in to the live program!

As always, call in or submit a credit question for Gerri or Chris to answer on the show, and if it is used 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.)

Tune in to Talk Credit Radio:

Talk Credit Radio airs live on Friday between 4-5 pm ET/1-2 PT.

There are three ways to listen:

  1. Listen live
  2. Listen or download podcasts from iTunes
  3. Listen to archived episodes at Credit.com

Talk Credit Radio is sponsored by Credit.com, ArcLoan.com and CESI Debt Solutions.

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