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Print and Online Interviews:
What is a Credit Card APR? (Yahoo Finance)
5 tips: Make a balance transfer work for your business (CardRatings.com)
5 Ways to Keep Medical Debt From Killing Your Credit (AARP)
How Small Business Owners Can Use Credit Cards to Stay Afloat (Bankrate)
How Fast Can You Get a Credit Card? (U.S. News & World Report)
How Our Businesses Will Continue To Move Forward Post-Pandemic (Yahoo Finance)
The Top Reasons You Can’t Get Your Finances in Order — And How To Fix Them (Yahoo Finance)
What is Credit Monitoring, and how does it work? (Fox Business)
5 Ways the New Stimulus Bill May Help Your Small Business (AllBusiness.com)
Congress approved $284B for more PPP loans. Will it be enough? (Bizjournals.com)
The election is over...should you apply for PPP forgiveness? (Bizjournals.com)
Business Have Credit Scores Too (Time.com)
How to Apply for a Business Credit Card if You Have Bad Credit (Business.com)
Connect Here With An Online PPP Small Business Lender (Yes, There's Still Money For New Forgivable PPP Loans (Forbes)
For Small Businesses, Getting a PPP Loan Is Hard. Using It Is Even Trickier (Money)
Why Using All Your Credit Cards Now Will Protect Your Finances (The Seattle Times)
How Can Small Businesses Get Disaster Funding? (Yahoo Finance)
Paycheck Protection Program Receives $310B in New Funding (Business.com)
How to Get Your Free Annual Credit Reports (US News & Yahoo Finance)
Financial Rules of Thumb to Consider Breaking (Kiplinger)
What is a Business Credit Card? 8 Things to Know (FinanceBuzz.com)
How to Recover From a Business Credit Score Drop (CreditCards.com)
How Credit Card Issuers Calculate Your Minimum Payment (WTOP)
How This Couple Stays Out of Debt (Nav)
How to Remove Yourself as a Co-Signer on a Loan (US News)
How to cope with old medical debt (STLtoday.com)
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- Steve Williams, producer, The Gil Gross Program, KGO Radio
I've been doing general interest talk radio for over 25 years. I can't think of another guest who deals with the subject of credit and personal budgets that can actually hold an audience. As it is, listeners have a short attention span when talking about “personal credit” and especially on FM, yet Gerri Detweiler keeps the phone ringing and provides vital information to listeners with great solutions and compassion. All the while not making it sound like an infomercial for a book or service. She is excellent.
- Allan Handelman, host of The Allan Handelman Show
Gerri Detweiler is the first call I make when I need a guest to give advice or explain issues around credit and debt. She knows the subject cold and has a gift for explaining things in a way my listeners can understand.
- Mark Mills, Host, Market Wrap, WBIX radio in Boston
Gerri Detweiler is a consumer advocate and America's top credit expert. We rely on Gerri to present information and advice our diverse audience has come to expect - proven strategies they can use to more efficiently manage their credit and personal finance.
- Marta Trinkl, producer, Home & Family Finance ™ Radio