Posted On: 2006-02-03Length: 30:23
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Hey everybody, and welcome back to your Debt Podcast. Today is Friday, February 3, 2006. My name is Jay Fleischman, and thank you so much for staying subscribed and for listening to the show. If you are a new listener, please go over to the website at debtpodcast.com where you can subscribe. You can listen to old shows, and you can also sign up to be able to be notified by email of when the next show comes out. This way you don't have to keep going back and forth to the website, or keep checking your iTunes or whatnot. It's really handy, it's free, it's easy. You'll see it on the sidebar, just type in your email address and away you go. Couldn't be any quicker or easier. That's a service provided by Feedblips, and I don't know how they possibly make money, but I guess that's not up to me to decide.
Anyway, so today, we've been quiet for a couple of days, and I hope you didn't miss me too much. But I'd like to just point you over to a couple of things that I discovered. The first thing that I discovered that the no credit needed podcast, over at ncnpodcast.blogspot, that's n like no, c like credit, n like needed, ncnpodcast.blogspot.com. He's on his third show, it's a real interesting show, it talks about mistakes with money that this individual has made in his entire life, and it's interesting to me because he's not a financial planner, he's not a lawyer, he's not an accountant, he's not one of these folks who you see on TV or hear on the radio all the time. He just is a regular, average, everyday guy trying to make the most of his money, minimize his debt and put himself in a better financial position on his own. Again, check him out at ncnpodcast.blogspot.com. There's going to be a link in the shown notes for that.
So today what we're going to do is a little bit of news coming off of a report that was on CNN Money yesterday...