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Sunday, December 23, 2007

Live Debt Free

I love talk radio as a whole, but usually avoid financial programs because they are mind-numbingly dull. There is one exception-Dave Ramsey. I don't go out of my way to listen to him, but I will if he happens to be on. His web site kicks ass, check it out (especially the "Stupid Tax" page).

Personally, I have always viewed credit cards and credit in general as the embodiment of evil. A friend of mine was bragging to me the other day about how he got an offer from Capital One to transfer the balance from his 14% Discover Card to their 8% card. What an honor.

This is a great documentary from Frontline:



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