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Talk Credit Radio: Get Rich Slowly!

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This week on Talk Credit Radio: Friday January 13, 2012

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.

Even though he’s one of the web’s most popular personal finance bloggers, J.D. Roth says he’s an “accidental personal finance expert.” After years of treading water financially, he was deeply in debt and decided to read everything he could about money and finance. He began to pay off his debt and save, and shared his progress at GetRichSlowly.org. Money magazine has named it the web’s most inspiring money blog.

J.D. Roth joins Talk Credit Radio to share his most important advice for getting ahead financially. He’ll explain how he paid off his debt, as well as some of the most important things he’s learned along the way—including why the numbers aren’t the problem!

He’ll also have a copy of his book Your Money: The Missing Manual to give away to a caller. Be sure to listen and call in!

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