Money can't buy you love. But keeping love alive without money can be pretty tough. In fact, ninety percent of marriage breakups are due to money problems. And to get advice on how to ... See full summary »
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Money can't buy you love. But keeping love alive without money can be pretty tough. In fact, ninety percent of marriage breakups are due to money problems. And to get advice on how to manage money usually costs money! Til Debt Do Us Part, is a series that offers tough-love solutions to those willing to face their financial troubles head on. In each episode we meet a couple in crisis. Some are on the verge of bankruptcy, hounded by creditors or facing eviction. Others are just getting by, but in the midst of a personal meltdown or relationship breakdown because of money issues. With the sensitivity of a therapist and the toughness of a CFO, our host, renowned financial author and columnist, Gail Vaz-Oxlade reveals what she's found in a couple's finances - and then she'll dig a little deeper. She asks some tough questions and then they'll be forced to face reality. Where will it end if they continue on this rocky road? To get things back on track, Gail takes control of their finances ... Written by Frantic Films Live Action Production Team

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Great Host, Good Show
7 February 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I usually hate reality TV but this is one of the two or three reality shows out there that I actually like and can stand to watch. Most of the reason is that the host is actually very good at her job, she is not annoying and actually knows what she is talking about and seems like she really does care about helping these people who she is trying to help with their financial troubles. Basically in this show she deals with a recent married couple who are spending way to much money compared to the money they make and helps them make cut backs to what they spend and get rid of the excess so they can avoid getting into debt and help start paying off their debt, and if they do what she suggests to tighten their purses strings she gives them "prize money" to help them out. Great host and a good show worth seeing.


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