The bad money habits you need to break to create a secure life. A man living a financial lie wants to come clean to his friends and family. Viewers ask if they can afford a Florida getaway, a nutrition course.
Suze shares one simple move you can make to save money money for your future.
Heather struggles with the instability of freelancing and managing inconsistent paychecks. She's come to Suze for advice.
Lindsey from Rhode Island wants to know how to tackle her student loan debt.
Fifty-three year old Desiree wants to know if she can afford to buy a $61,000 Porsche Caymen.
Chad wants to spend $11,000 to travel to Europe and celebrate this 40th birthday.
Jake and his partner are both 53 and want to retire in seven years at age 60 and continue to travel. Are they on track to meet their goals?
Suze catches up with former Suze Orman Show field producer Colby Gaines, one of the producers behind hit shows "Pawn Stars" and "American Restoration."
The biggest mistakes you can make that will hurt your retirement plans. Suze follows up with a young professional she gave some tough expense cuts to. Viewers ask if they can afford a PlayStation 4, a Viking River Cruise.
Liza, age 41 wants to upgrade an airline ticket for $8,000.
Rachel, age 29 wants to know if she can afford to spend $7,000 for a tummy tuck.
Steve hid extensive credit card debt from Natalie. Now they are struggling to reconnect after financial trust has been broken, and ask Suze to weigh in.
The moves to make now a more secure 2015 and beyond.
Christine wants to retire at 62 to focus on drawing and painting. Is she on track to meet her goals?
The moves to make now for a more secure 2015 and beyond. A newly married couple struggles with a financial disconnect. Viewers ask if they can afford a tummy tuck, airline ticket upgrades.
Get the New Year started off on the right financial foot.
Lisa in Texas asks Suze how she can start over after being saddled with business debt.
Joe in New York asks Suze if he's responsible for his fiancee's student loan debt after they marry.
Karla in Ohio asks Suze if she should withdraw from her 401(k) to fund a Roth IRA.
Catherine in Pennsylvania asks how she can get her mother to stop living beyond her means.
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.