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February 23, 2015: I’m so thrilled that the NYDN ran a feature about my new book! Five tips from Beverly Harzog, author of The Debt Escape Plan, to help eliminate your credit card debt.
February 23, 2015: I commented on the Bankrate research that showed that 37 percent of Americans have credit card debt that is equal to — or greater than — their emergency funds in Survey Finds Many Americans ‘on the Edge of Financial Disaster.’
January 12, 2015: I’m honored that my new book, The Debt Escape Plan: How to Free Yourself From Credit Card Balances, Boost Your Credit Score, and Live Debt-Free, has been chosen as one of the 5 Motivating Money Books You Can’t Afford Not to Download in 2015. My book is available for pre-order right now on Amazon.
December 14, 2014: I gave tips about what to do–and not do–if you use credit cards to pay for gifts in Using credit for holiday shopping? Pros and Cons.
December 10, 2014: In this video shown on NBC-affiliate WWLP in Western Massachusetts, I give tips about how to stay calm if you’re behind on your holiday shopping: The pitfalls of panic shopping. This segment has been shown by network affiliates all over the country.
December 6, 2014: I’m so honored that award-winning, syndicated columnist Michelle Singletary recommended my book, Confessions of a Credit Junkie, as a holiday gift in For daring gift-givers, these books are worth a look.
December 2014 issue: I gave tips about using credit cards strategically in “Cheers! You’re going to save major cash now.” It isn’t online yet, but the article is on p. 125. I’m thrilled that my upcoming book, The Debt Escape Plan: How to Free Yourself From Credit Card Balances, Boost Your Credit Score, and Live Debt-Free, is mentioned!
November 11, 2014: I gave some insight on how to get more value out of credit cards in Secret Credit Card Benefits Ease Your Holiday Shopping.
November 6, 2014: During the mad rush of the holidays, it’s easy to make a bad decision about money. In this article, I gave advice about how to avoid the 5 Holiday Spending Mistakes That Can Kill Your Credit.