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Take the cash out of the jar. Put it into the checking acctnyou will bw using to pay the credit card bill.

Added: November 27, 2014
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Hi Gail
My husband and I have been together for 9 years and married for 1.5. We did everything right for so long.. paid off the mortgage, own all furniture full out... everything rightfully belongs to us. However when we became mortgage free 2 years ago things went down hill... the wedding cost money and we started acting totally irresponsibly with out finances. a month ago we had a 3 week period of bad luck which ate up the entirety of any safety net and then some. We panicked. How could this happen??? It was time to take responsibility. We have started using the jars and went from being frivolous to major budgeters. It's been a real adjustment and slightly painful at times but I wanted to thank you. Your show really does put things bluntly and gave me the courage to pull my head out of the sand and face our future together. We are more stable for it. It's still a long road ahead, but we are on the way. Thank you!


Added: November 21, 2014
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Hi Gail,

I've watched your show many many times. I'm worried about my so and daughter- in-law. They built a house last year and are so close to claiming bankruptcy. Whenever I say anything it's always well it didn't cost that much or my son doesn't want to hear about it even though my daughter-in-law tells him how close they are to losing it all. They both have good jobs but spend more than they make each month. I don't imagine that you come this way for guests for your show but if you do please consider them. I've forwarded your plan with the jars so maybe they can learn something from it. You've helped many people but I'm afraid they'll have to learn the hard way. Keep up the good work you do.

Regards,

Joan


Added: November 20, 2014
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Gail, I can't even count the number of times we have tried to work off the cash system (even bought the jars), but it seems impossible. My husband sometimes needs to grab something on the way home from work, and if we haven't planned ahead, he will have to use the card. Any suggestions on how to handle the last minute purchases when you're nowhere near the jar of money?

Added: November 19, 2014
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Hi Gail, I love your shows. I am trying to apply what you say. But I need your help please. Looking forward to hear more from you. Regards, Christine

Added: November 17, 2014
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I would love to write and deliver a college level course based on your money management system.

Would you be ok with that or is your information proprietary?

Nathalie Creamer


Added: November 17, 2014
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My English as a Second Language students read your book "Easy Money" which is published by Grassroots Press. They love it. My students have low education backgrounds and, before they came to Canada, just tried to survive day to day. Your book changes the way they think about money and their own power to control it.I know you occasionally come through Calgary. How would you like to speak to the students the next time you come?

Added: November 12, 2014
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Hi Gail. Your shows rock! My wife and I watch all the time and have learned so much from you. Thanks.

Added: November 8, 2014
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Hi Gail,
As part of someone's long-term retirement, there should be some consideration for extra medical/dental expenses. As a retiree I hate to see so many of us neglecting our teeth and not replacing those extractions. A dental implant runs around $5,000 and crowns $2,000 and up. These are not easy choices to make if the money has not been saved. Also, there are many medical expenses that are often not covered by OHIP, such as physiotherapy.
Your work and guidance is so appreciated by everyone. Keep up the great work!
Emily :D


Added: November 6, 2014
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I replaced my gazebo roof this year but want to repair the old one to use throughout our snowy winter. Any suggestions on how to repair a huge tear?

Added: November 5, 2014
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