MoneyTalk is a blog, you guessed it, about money and everything that has to do with money. From insurance to investing to debt reduction to spending (the most fun of all). So, if you like money or talking about money, welcome. If not, well, you’re welcome to take a gander at our thoughts, ramblings as well as rants at your convenience.

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7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Lisa Scherzer  |  December 14, 2006 at 8:11 pm

    I’m a writer and editor at SmartMoney.com. I came across your blog while doing some research and thought you might be able to help with an article. We’re running a “Debt Management” package next month, and I’m writing about couples and their debt secrets.

    I’m interested in talking to people who are, or have ever been, in a situation where they’ve been at odds with their spouse or significant other about money — attitudes toward money, and specifically, debt, and ways of managing money and debt. For example, shopaholic Wife tries to hide her expensive shoe purchases from thrifty Husband. Or a man lies to his fiance about how much debt (credit-card debt, student-loan debt, etc.) he has — or at least fails to mention it for some time. You get the idea – broadly speaking, the issue of debt compatibility.

    Do you think you would be a good fit for the story (or do you know anyone who would be)? I’d love to chat, so let me know.
    Thanks, Lisa

  • 2. chaka42  |  December 14, 2006 at 8:53 pm


    Thanks for stopping by. I’d love to talk with you some time about your article, although I’m not sure we would fall under the category of having debt “secrets”.

    We, my husband and I, were in a unique and not-so-unique situation in regards to debt. To make a long story short, we were the typical college grads with student loan debt. Add to that some credit card and medical debt pretty early in our marriage. After a business loss and birth of our first child we felt it was time that the both of us tackle the debt beast once and for all.

    Within a matter of six months, we had paid off $15,000 in debt and purchased our first home. We still have some debt, but, we have the financial know-how to get rid of it within the next year and look forward to building a nest egg.

    If you’re still interested, give me a shout. You know where to find me.


  • 3. debt warrior  |  July 10, 2007 at 10:16 am

    We’ve started bloging our war on debt. I love you blog. I’ll work my way through it.

  • 4. How to Pay off Credit Card Debt  |  July 7, 2008 at 3:07 am

    I was interested in doing a link exchange with your blog. Please let me know if you would be interested.

    • 5. Marc Brown  |  November 12, 2010 at 7:42 am

      Please contact me at marcbrown2050(at)gmail.com if you’re interested in a link exchange.

  • 6. jammy2408  |  November 4, 2010 at 1:28 am

    Hey there,

    We have been reading the articles on your website (https://moneytalk.wordpress.com) and are very impressed with the quality of your information.

    We have a team of copywriters who specialize in writing articles on various topics and would like to write an original article for you to use on your website – this article will not be used anywhere else on the Internet.

    In exchange all we ask is that we can have one links within the body of the article back to one of our sites.

    If you are interested in having us write an article or exchanging links for your website please just let me know and we would be more than happy to have one written for you within weeks.

    Kind regards,

    James Vohwinkle

    Financial Advisor


  • 7. Marc Brown  |  November 12, 2010 at 7:40 am


    My name is Marc Brown. I am a financial writer as well as a skilled coupon clipper, a Dad, and the frugal gatekeeper of my household. I am trying to build up my portfolio and would love to post as a guest on your site. Bankruptcy, Debt Settlement, personal finance, and managing the household budget have always come naturally to me and it’s something I really enjoy writing about. I would be glad to come up with something unique and interesting to contribute to your site or write about any ideas you may have for a guest post.

    Should you publish my post, I’ll be happy with a simple attribution with my name and the blog I co-author. Let me know what you think and what topics you are looking for that you haven’t already covered or I can just come up with something unique that hasn’t been done yet.

    I look forward to hear from you.

    Thanks so much!

    Marc Brown


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