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Talk Credit Radio: Turn Your Financial Life Around in 2012!

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This week on Talk Credit Radio: Friday December 30, 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.

Do you want to get out of debt in 2012?

Lynette Khalfani Cox dug out of $100,000 in debt in three years. She joins Talk Credit Radio on Friday December 30, 2012 to share how she did it. If your New Year’s resolution is to dig out of debt, you’ll want to be sure to hear her advice! Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach® , is a personal finance expert, television and radio personality, and the author of numerous books, including the New York Times bestseller Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom.

Do you want to turn your financial life around?

At the age of 53, John Kralik’s life was falling apart. His law practice was failing along with his financial life; he was going through a difficult second divorce; and his relationships with his older children were strained. But during a walk on New Year’s Day, he was literally struck with a thought that changed his life. He made it his goal to write 365 heartfelt thank you notes that year, and as he did, his business and relationships improved dramatically. He will share his story with Talk Credit Radio, plus give away two copies of his newly released paperback: A Simple Act of Gratitude: How Learning to Say Thank You Changed My Life to two lucky listeners! Listen live to find out how to win.

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