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No. of Recommendations: 4
On the rare occasions that I listen to her programs, she seems to be providing good information and common sense. Despite that, I find that her presentations turn me off, so it's rare that I listen to her programs.

Her target audience is those who are in debt. If you aren't in debt, then her spiel is not really of value. I find Dave Ramsey more irratating. I can't even remember the name for the Rich Dad/Poor Dad trash. He just comes across as a conman.

I did like the Can You Afford it segment because of the ridiculous purchases some people thought that they could afford, but found I rarely watched an entire show.
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