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Net Worth:
$5 Million
Jun 18, 1959 (65 years old)
Financial writer, television host
Jamaican, Canadian
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Gail Vaz-Oxlade is a Jamaican-Canadian writer and television personality who has a net worth of $5 million. Gail Vaz-Oxlade was born in Jamaica in June 1959. She is the host of the Canadian TV series Til Debt Do Us Part and Princess, and used to host the series Money Moron. Vaz-Oxlade works as a columnist for Yahoo!

Canada Finance. She has worked as a writer for The Globe and Mail as well as Chatelaine magazine, IE: Money, and She is involved in the website Common Sense Divorce and offers financially based divorce services. Van-Oxlade has authored the books The RRSP Answer Book, The Borrower's Answer Book, The Retirement Answer Book, Shopping for Money: Strategies for Successful Borrowing, The Money Tree Myth: A Parent's Guide to Helping Kids Unravel the Mysteries of Money, A Woman of Independent Means: A Woman's Guide to Full Financial Security, Dead Cat Bounce: The Skinny of E-Vesting, Divorce: A Canadian Woman's Guide, Education Planning, Debt-Free Forever: Take Control of Your Money and Your Life, Never Too Late: Take Control of Your Retirement and Your Future, Easy Money, Money-Smart Kids, It's Your Money: Becoming a Woman of Independent Means, Money Rules: Rule Your Money, Or Your Money Will Rule You, Saving for School: Understand RESPs, Take Control of Your Savings, Minimize Student Debt, and Never Too Late: Take Control of Your Retirement and Your Future Revised Edition.

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