Locals I Love!

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Readers: Who are some of your favorite
local(ish) money-saving gurus?

Everyone seems to know my cheap hero, Clark Howard, and his wonderfully fiscal ways.  He’s our local financial legend, teaching the Atlanta area how to make smarter moves to keep more money in our pockets, keep our credit scores in tact, and be more financially sound.  For years, he’s been making frequent appearances on Channel 2’s news, as well as WSB radio; oh, and he’s got a nationally syndicated radio talkshow, which is also available via podcast. You can find him on Facebook and on Twitter, too.  (Can you tell I like the guy?  …just a little?)



Recently, I have additionally discovered a columnist in the AJC , who I simply must share with y’all: The Atlanta Bargain Hunter.  She has a blog featured on AJC.com, and has a weekly column that appears in the physical AJC paper.  
And I will end this post by posing a question to y’all:

Do you have additional homegrown financial heroes?  I’d love to hear all about them!   Please leave a comment here, or on the Facebook page, sharing about your favorite local financial guru.  

(Please keep it LOCAL, as in the Atlanta-ish area, please!)

I can’t wait to see y’alls responses!  :o)


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--Barbara

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