(PRWEB) October 6, 2004
Lynnette, a former Wall Street Journal reporter for CNBC, will offer a free financial workshop and have a question-and-answer session for those who want to learn more about eliminating credit card debt from their lives.
The event will take place at Hue-Man Bookstore and CafÃ©, 2319 Frederick Douglass Blvd, between 124th and 125th Streets, New York, NY 10027. Contact: telephone: 212-665-7400 and email: email@example.com .
ÂThe truth of the matter is that we live in a credit-driven society,Â Lynnette writes in the introduction to ZERO DEBT. ÂItÂs unrealistic, and in some cases detrimental to you, to simply say: ÂI wonÂt buy on credit,Â or ÂI will never use credit cards.ÂÂ So cutting up credit cards is a shortsighted, temporary solution at best, she contends.
Lynnette has personally conquered more than $100, 000 in credit card debt, and she did it WITHOUT filing bankruptcy, enrolling in a debt management plan, credit counseling, or getting any negative marks on her credit. ÂEven though I had so much debt, I never missed a payment or had a bill collector call me house. Nevertheless, I'm happy to say that IÂveÂ now eliminated all my credit card debt.Â
During TuesdayÂs Zero Debt seminar, participants will learn how to:
ÂEliminate credit card debts
ÂFix errors/clean up your report
ÂSave money and budget properly
ÂAchieve peace of mind over you finances
Lynnette, a veteran financial news journalist, currently writes a weekly newspaper column called ÂFinancially Fit.Â Lynnette is also the author of Investing Success: How to Conquer 30 Costly Mistakes and Multiply Your Wealth! (Advantage World Press; $24.95).
A frequent guest on TV and radio shows across the country, Lynnette is a popular national speaker on money management, debt elimination, financial planning and investing. She has also been the Personal Finance Editor for Dow Jones Newswires, a correspondent for The Philadelphia Inquirer, a writer for FOX-TV in Philadelphia, and a reporter for the Associated Press in Los Angeles. Visit LynnetteÂs web site and sign up today for her free personal finance newsletter at http://www.themoneycoach.net .
Media contact: Benita Gold at 212-678-0469 or Benita @BenitaGoldPR.com
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