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article imageFinancial author Gail Vaz-Oxlade signs copies of 'Never Too Late' Special

By Andrew Moran     Mar 5, 2011 in Business
Toronto - Canadian financial television host of "Til Debt Do Us Part" and the author of "Debt-Free Forever," Gail Vaz-Oxlade signed copies of her latest book "Never Too Late" at the Eaton Centre Indigo bookstore in downtown Toronto.
“My new book, 'Never Too Late', shows you how to get to where you want to be without burying you in technical mumbo-jumbo or scaring you to death,” said author Gail Vax-Oxlade.
"Follow the plan in 'Never Too Late' (you’re going to have to do some work, so come ready) and you will actually know once and for all how much you should be saving for your retirement and your future. No crap! No outrageous numbers! Just a solid plan you can follow. Imagine that!”
On Saturday, Vaz-Oxlade gathered in downtown Toronto to sign copies of her newest book, which provides methods and details on how to save for both your retirement and your short-term and long-term future. The Toronto Eaton Centre Indigo bookstore was packed with readers and fans getting signed copies and photographs.
Author Gail Vaz-Oxlade signs  Never Too Late.
Author Gail Vaz-Oxlade signs "Never Too Late."
The Jamaican-born Canadian spoke briefly with each reader in which she made a joke and made the audience laugh.
The Yahoo! Canada columnist and former featured writer for the Globe and Mail, Vaz-Oxlade believes once you finish reading her book, you will then realize where you are financially, what your financial goals are and how to begin your investment future, including finding the money and executing an effective strategy.
“Once you’ve figured that out – and I’ll help you – the rest will be up to you,” says the No. 1 bestselling author. “I can’t make you save. And I won’t beat you over the head with tales of cat-food and destitution. (Hey, cat food may be too good for you if you don’t wake up and start putting a little something something aside.)”
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