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Impulse spending and how to cure it

The Bank of Montreal just released a report that supports what some of us know all too well: Most Canadians cheer themselves up by...spending money. Lots of money. On average, several thousand dollars a year. Joining Here and Now to talk about the phenomenon of impulse spending - and how to cure it - was Gail Vaz Oxlade. She's the author of Debt Free Forever and most recently It's Your Money. She also hosts the TV series Princess, and Til Debt Do Us Part. Listen audio (runs 6:37)

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