Til Debt Do Us Part Life Planner Review and Giveaway
I was given a copy of the similarly-named Til Debt Do U$ Part Life Planner to review and to give away to one lucky reader. The spiral-bound planner aims to help folks form good money management habits and get out of debt.
It combines a combination of weekly tips and suggestions with (often playful) monthly challenges and updates from show participants. Each week also includes a form you can fill out to track variable expenses (food, transportation, entertainment, clothing & gifts, and the “other” category) and check how you’re doing with that week’s budgeted cash. It doesn’t lock you in to a specific calendar, so you can start using it at any time. I think it would be helpful for folks who are just getting started with managing their money.
If you’d like a shot at the copy I received to review, just comment on this post with the answer to these two questions:
- What’s your biggest money-related challenge?
- And, if you had $5000 in debt and you paid it all off, how much debt would you have left? (Gotta include a math-based skill question per Canadian rules.)
And a rebate offer
Of course, if you’d like to buy your copy of the Til Debt Do U$ Part Life Planner, you can do so at any time on the Shop Frantic Films web site. The planner is $29.99 CDN + shipping & handling. MoneyCrush readers can get a $3 rebate by emailing the coupon below (along with your order number) to email@example.com. Just save the image to your desktop and attach it to your email. (Offer is valid until January 1st, 2012.)
And now here’s the “fine print”: Giveaway ends at midnight Arizona time on December 19, 2011. Void in Quebec and also void where prohibited elsewhere. If you’re in my immediate family you already know you can’t enter. (Yes, Dad, you are immediate family.) The giveaway winner will be chosen by numbering the qualified entries and then using the True Random Number Generator to generate the number of the winning entry. If you win and don’t respond to my email or notice in the comments of this post that you’ve won within 7 days of the contest end, I’ll pick a new winner. Not responsible for late or misdirected entries. Also if you win, and you’re in Canada, you may need to pay tarifs or something at the border in order to receive the planner since I’ll be mailing it from the US– I don’t know what all is involved with that and you’ll need to accept responsibility for figuring that out if you want to accept the planner. I eat more popcorn in a week than most people eat in a month.