1/17 Credit Chat Twitter Party

By | January 17, 2024

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How to Enter: You may enter the sweepstakes in one (1) of the following (2) ways:

  1. X Entry: During the Entry Period, submit your name on Rafflecopter and complete the following task: (1) Mention the #CreditChat hashtag in a tweet and participate in the #CreditChat on X.
  2. 1. E-mail Entry (Alternate Method of Entry): To enter via email, you must send an e-mail to socialteam@experian.com with “Credit Chat Sweepstakes” as the subject of your message and include your full name, date of birth, email address and ten-digit daytime telephone number in the body of the e-mail.

Eligibility: Sweepstakes open to natural persons who are legal residents of the U.S., 18 years of age or older at the time of entry

Topic: Strategies for Tackling Your Holiday Debt

When:Wednesday, January 17, 2024 at 3 p.m. ET.

Where:Join thelive hashtag discussion

The panel will include: Jeanne Kelly:Credit expert, identity theft expert, speaker and founder of JeanneKelly.net; Debbi King: Personal Finance Educator, Award-Winning Author, Speaker and Founder of the ABC’s of Personal Finance; Bruce McClary: Senior Vice President, Membership & Media Relations at the National Foundation for Credit CounselingBeverly Harzog: Credit Card Expert, Bestselling Author, columnist and podcast host at BeverlyHarzog.com; Rod Griffin: Senior Director, Consumer Education and Advocacy, Experian, Jennifer White:Consumer Education and Advocacy Team, and Christina Roman: Consumer Education and Advocacy Manager at Experian.

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Enter here for a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card! They will be announcing a winner at the end of the chat. Entry Period: Raffle open now and closes at the end of this chat at 4 p.m. ET.

Questions they will discuss:
1. What’s a good starting point for identifying how much debt you are in?
2. What advice do you have for those wanting to manage their holiday debt?
3. How can people prioritize which debts to pay off first?
4. Can you recommend some financial tools or resources to help consumers manage and pay off their holiday debt?
5. What are some dos and don’ts and best practices for tackling credit card debt?
6. What can you do if you feel overwhelmed by your debt?
7. What are some ways to generate income in January and February to help to reduce holiday debt?
8. What long-term financial habits or lifestyle changes can people adopt to prevent or minimize holiday debt in the future?
9. How can you start planning now so you don’t have to take on holiday debt next year?
10. Are there any final tips or advice for tackling your holiday debt?