Lynnette Khalfani Launches New Money Blog to Offer Tips for Debt Elimination

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Lynnette Khalfani, Money Coach and author of Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom ($14.95; ISBN: 1932450750; Advantage World Press) launches a new web log called The Money Blog.

Lynnette Khalfani, Money Coach and author of Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom ($14.95; ISBN: 1932450750; Advantage World Press) launches a new web log called The Money Blog.

Lynnette's interactive blog will replace her e-newsletter, allowing her to more quickly respond to reader questions, and giving them the benefit of seeing the money tips and strategies that Lynnette is suggesting to others.

The blog will be updated bi-weekly with replies to her subscriber's questions and commentary on current topics.

The URL to Lynnette's blog is located at: http://themoneycoach.blogspot.com.

Readers can continue to write her with questions about debt elimination, credit, investing, etc., and she will answer the most common and interesting questions via the blog.

"As you read up on different topics discussed on the Money Blog, please feel free to submit your own posts on the blog – anything related to personal finances, or just simply your own comments, feedback and experiences about different money matters," says Lynnette. "This will help all of us learn from one another, and will build a community of like-minded individuals who want share their own tips about proper money management."

Lynnette Khalfani is a personal finance expert, money coach, and the author of Investing Success: How To Conquer 30 Costly Mistakes & Multiply Your Wealth! and her latest New York Times bestselling book, Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom (Advantage World Press, Oct. 2004; $14.95, ISBN 1-932450-75-0).

Lynnette is also a frequent guest on national TV and radio programs including The Jane Pauley Show, Dr. Phil, and on the Tavis Smiley show. She has been featured in numerous print publications, including The New York Times, BusinessWeek and USA Today.

Lynnette once had $100,000 in credit card debt, but managed to pay it off in three years.

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