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Welcome Back Marketplace Money Listeners!

Welcome back Marketplace Money listeners! I once again had the great pleasure of joining fellow personal finance bloggers Lynnae of BeingFrugal.net [3] and Steve of Brip Blap [4] for a chat with host Tess Vigeland of Marketplace Money, one of my favorite personal finance radio shows (yes, waaaaay before I was ever blogging).

Download The Podcast

If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you can download the June 12th, 2009 Marketplace Money program [5] right now and take a listen (our segment starts at 20:57 if you’re short on time). Here’s a transcript [6] of our chat.

Welcome Marketplace Money Listeners!

Please allow me to be the first to welcome you to our corner of the personal finance blogosphere.

I’ve been a personal finance blogger for about four years, the last year and a half of which have been full-time, and I write about anything and everything dealing with my money. You can read more about me on the About page [7].

Some of the more popular sections of the site include a Devil’s Advocate series [8] where I argue against conventional wisdom, just to get the other side’s perspective, as well as the numerous financial product reviews [9] I do, which includes financial products, books, and other widgets.

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