The goal of money and financial forever lessons. Classic clips from 13 years of The Suze Orman Show. Financial transformations and surprises. Viewers ask if they can afford a Ferrari, a Louis Vuitton handbag.
Suze Orman counts down the five money mistakes you should never make.
Shanette's dream home has become a financial nightmare. She's come to Suze to ask for advice on how to get back on track.
Forty-six year old Scott wants to know if he can afford to take his wife on a $20,000 trip to Bora Bora to celebrate her birthday.
Fifty-five year old Joseph is single and wants to retire at age 62 and move closer to his family in Michigan. Is he on track to meet his goal? Suze takes a look.
Check out this mashup of some of Suze Orman's best advice and make sure to watch The Susan Orman Show series finale on Saturday, March 28 9p ET.
Suze offers investors three tips on how to make their money last a lifetime.
After losing her job, Cheryl has depleted her savings and declared bankruptcy. She's come to Suze for advice on starting over.
Mary Ann reluctantly co-signed a loan for her daughter and her daughter's boyfriend. Recently she checked her credit score and found out the loan has been charged off. Is there any way out to get her credit healthy again?
Jimmy would like to take his family on a 10-day trip to Spain that cost about $15,000. Can he afford it?
Monique is a world traveler and avid runner. This summer she would like to combine both her passions and travel to Iceland to participate in the Midnight Sun Run. Can she afford to spend $1,800 for the trip?
Peter & MaryJo, both 44 years old, want to retire at age 62 and keep their activity-filled lifestyle. Are they on track to meet their goal?
The two most important money rules to know for investing your money. A woman faces the money mistakes she's made so she can plan for her future. Viewers ask if they can afford a 1971 Alfa Romeo, a midnight sun run in Iceland.
The countdown to The Suze Orman Show series finale kicks off with timeless money lessons to keep forever.
Olivia, who lives in Florida, asks Suze if she and her husband should take out a 401(k) loan to pay off their $68,000 in credit card debt.
Jessica in Boston needs help bouncing back after a financially devastating divorce. She's come to Suze for advice.
Jessie, who's 48, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $6,000 to take her family backpacking in South America.
Pam, who's 48, single and lives in Florida, wants to retire at 62 and move closer to her family in South Carolina. She wants to know if she's on track to meet her goal.
The two most important money rules to know for investing your money. A woman faces the money mistakes she¿s made so she can plan for her future. Viewers ask if they can afford a 1971 Alfa Romeo, a midnight sun run in Iceland.
Jacqueline, who's 46, single and lives in Washington, D.C., tells Suze she wants to retire at 67 and travel. She wants to know if she's on track to meet her goal.
Many financial problems have nothing to do with a lack or abundance of income but with your mental state.
If you are feeling pressure to join the gift-buying herd, take heed to this holiday action plan by Suze Orman before you shop.
Suze Orman maintains that bankruptcy is a viable alternative to being over your head in debt.