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Credit.com in the News 10.19.13

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As the federal budget debate grew in intensity this month, Credit.com’s experts took time to discuss financial issues with the media. From dealing with furloughs to general money topics, here are a few conversations our experts joined recently:

Credit.com Director of Consumer Education Gerri Detweiler talked to TIME magazine about differences in business and consumer credit cards, and how small businesses or entrepreneurs should choose between them. (@TIME)

Adam Levin, Credit.com co-founder and chairman, gave an interview to Fox Business News about how your credit history and credit card use can impact your ability to buy a home. (@FoxBusiness)

Another piece by Fox Business News quoted Adam on the topic of the income gap between rich and poor Americans. (@KateRogersNews)

Gerri offered some tips in a CBS News story about managing bills while furloughed (@AliahG), and NBC 4 in Washington interviewed Adam about the same thing. (@lizcrenshaw)

Adam weighed in for a Forbes piece about young people, credit cards and financial literacy. (@SamSharf)

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