Columbia's Rebel Belle Welcomes Leading Money Expert to Talk Small Business

Columbia, South Carolina - October 29, 2009 - At a real estate auction in Detroit this week, thousands of foreclosed homes went unsold despite prices as low as $500. According to a current issue of USA Today, however, the concert touring business is weathering the bad economy for the second straight summer. What makes some businesses thrive and generate income while others wither? More importantly, how does a regular joe make some cash to get concert tickets for himself (or purchase a $500 house)?  

Loral Langemeier, money expert and New York Times bestselling author, will join Tuck Talk November 2 to discuss her methods that have been proven to help ordinary people earn extra income through side work.  

Langemeier's techniques have been instrumental in the success of thousands of small-business owners. In fact, her entrepreneurial expertise has positioned her as a trusted source regularly cited in CNN, CNBC, Fox News Channel, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times,, and Her story--being raised on a Nebraska farm, starting her first business at 17, and establishing a multi-million-dollar portfolio--serves as inspiration to clients and as a practical guide to using her techniques.

While the ultimate goal of people following Langemeier's "Cash Machine" method is to generate cash, another benefit is the satisfaction owners get from doing work they enjoy--instead of being stuck in a job they do not like. Join us for a "l'il Tuck Talk" to get free insight that works in any economy from a leading entrepreneurial pioneer.  

Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific on VoiceAmericaTM and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at to listen live.