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Liz Weston, Personal Finance Columnist and Author of "Your Credit Score"

Today’s guest wears many hats. Liz Weston is an award-winning, nationally-syndicated personal finance columnist and the author of several books including the best-seller “Your Credit Score.” Liz is also a contributing editor for Bankrate.com and writes on the topics of education and money for Reuters. She also has a question and answer column called “Money Talk” that appears in newspapers across the country, including the LA Times, San Diego Union-Tribune among others. Liz also commentates regularly on public radio.

  • How her work saved someone’s marriage!
  • Her own personal money experiences – the good, bad and ugly!
  • Buying retirement land in Alaska?!

If you’d like to learn more about Liz visit her website asklizweston.com or follow her on Twitter @lizweston.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “When you have the time to reflect, think & try new things that’s such a gift to yourself.” – Click to Tweet

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