For an MSN column, I’m looking for people to interview who have made a BIG change in their lives in order to improve their finances. Things like:
- Pulling up stakes and moving to a new area
- Going back to school after being out in the workplace for awhile
- Starting a business
- Changing a major relationship
The only requirements: the change involved must have been truly life-altering, and the end result was a significant improvement in your financial situation.
If you’d like to be interviewed, describe your big change and its results in the comments. Include your email address in the comment form–it won’t display here but it will allow me to follow up with you. Thanks!
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