Learn To Beat the Recession in Canada On Slice’s ‘Till Debt Do Us Part

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‘Till Debt Do Us Part is one of Canada’s Slice Networks most popular shows as it’s now in its 4th season. The series focuses upon helping Canadian couples and families recognize their poor money management habits and get out of debt. ‘Till Debt Do Us Part’s host is Canada’s own financial expert Gail Vaz-Oxlade, author of “’Till Debt Do Us Part: 2009 Life Planner” and “A Woman of Independent Means”. As Canada faces tough economic times with the recession, it’s more important than ever that Vaz-Oxlade helps Canadians exercise healthy financial habits to prepare for future savings goals.

According to Vaz-Oxlade, money related issues are the main reason that couples split up. ‘Till Debt Do Us Part focuses on teaching families in debt about the importance of saving versus spending, spending only within your means, and using cash over credit for necessities.

With the uncertainty of the recession in Canada, there’s no better time than now to tune into Slice’s ‘Till Debt Do Us Part for practical family financial tips. Or if you really feel you could benefit from first-hand financial expertise from financial guru Gail Vaz-Oxlade, complete an application to be on Slice’s hit financial show.

According to Slice’s website, casting for ‘Till Debt Do Us Part is always accepting submissions from those in financial need, if you or your family meet the following criteria:

Slice TV and Frantic Films are looking for couples and families facing financial challenges for Til Debt Do Us Part. If you’re selected, Gail Vaz-Oxlade, our financial expert, will come to your home, assess the situation, and get you back on track. We might even throw in a little money to help you on your way to financial freedom!
If you live in the Greater Toronto Area, are over 18, and would like to get your finances back on track, send us:
1. Your name and age as well as the name and age of your partner/spouse.
2. Address and contact information.
3. A brief description of your life situation and money issues.
4. Pictures or a video of you and your partner/family.
To complete the application online, please visit www.themoneytest.com.
Or, mail us at:
The Money Test Casting
Suite 300, 70 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, MB
R3B 1G7
Requests for additional information can be sent to: info@themoneytest.com. Thank you!

Tune into Slice at 7pm EST for a new episode of ‘Till Debt Do Us Part

About the author

Beth Hodgson is a freelance writer and editor (www.writesourcing.com) based in the Greater Toronto Area, Canada. Writing to keep the public informed is her passion; and who doesn’t love Canadian TV?

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