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Talk Credit Radio: Full-Time RVing…How to Pay for the Ultimate Roadtrip

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This week on Talk Credit Radio: Friday December 23, 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.

Can you afford to become full-time RVer?

More than a million RVers call the entire US their home. If you’ve dreamt about hitting the road and living in an RV, you’ll want to hear how you can turn those dreams into reality. Full-time RVer Kathy Huggins, who has lived in an RV with her husband John since early 2005, will explain:

  • Why living in an RV may be cheaper than you think.
  • How to handle high gas prices.
  • The ins and outs of handling financial matters, like paying bills, while traveling.
  • Why you may be able to save a bundle on taxes.
  • How to find work while you travel.

Kathy and John Huggins have lived and traveled in an RV for seven years now, and host their own radio show from the road. You can find podcasts at LivingTheRVDream.com.

Returning gifts after the holidays? Listen to these tips first!

Also joining Talk Credit Radio this week: Edgar Dworsky of ConsumerWorld.org reveals the best and worst return policies from major retailers, and shares an important warning about why you may need to get in line to return items quickly – or be out of luck. And Credit.com’s Beverly Harzog explains how your credit card’s return protection make it easier to get your money back.

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:

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  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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