Til Debt Do Us Part
On Next: Tomorrow at 9|8c PM
With ninety percent of marriages breaking up because of money problems, it's no surprise that many couples are in desperate need of help tackling their financial issues. In Til Debt Do Us Part, renowned financial author and columnist, Gail Vaz-Oxlade takes a tough-love approach to getting couples in financial crisis to face reality. With the sensitivity of a therapist and the toughness of a CFO, Gail asks hard questions and pushes couples to face each other and reality. Some couples are on the verge of bankruptcy - others are just getting by, but headed for disaster - either way, they all learn how to work their way out of debt and get the skills they need to plan for their financial future.
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Tomorrow at 9|8c PM
Mohamed and Leona spent the past year renovating their century home and they did it all with credit. They indulged their extravagant tastes and now theyve got $100,000 worth of debt. With no safety net and no hope of starting a family, they need to find money to do necessary repairs and come up with a plan to pay down their debts before disaster strikes and they lose everything.Both say selling the house would break their hearts enter financial expert Gail Vaz-Oxlade. She gets these two talking about their nightmare debt so that they can keep their dream home.
Tomorrow at 9:30|8:30c PM
Shelly aspires to one day owe a million dollar in mortgages. Shes convinced husband Luke that buying rental properties is the key to their financial future. But while the idea might be sound, they havent done the basic financial homework before acquiring any of the out-of-town properties they own. Now they spend tens of hours each week travelling to deal with their tenants, and their personal spending is in shambles.Host Gail Vaz-Oxlade has some harsh news for these two when it comes to the financial realities of their real estate empire. If they want to make the most of their investments, Shelly and Luke will have to complete Gails financial challenges, and find a way to get their debt paid off for good.
Tuesday, April 25th at 9|8c PM
When Susie and Alans family began experiencing major growing pains in their condominium, they decided to upgrade to a 4-bedroom house. But they didnt anticipate just how much more a detached house would cost. Now after only two and a half months in their new home, theyre wondering how theyll afford to keep it. After biting off more than they can chew, Susie and Alan are lost. Host Gail Vaz-Oxlade arrives with a plan. Gail challenges them to downsize their spending because if they dont, theyll have to downsize their house.