Sarah in California asks Suze if she should sell stock to buy a home now that interest rates are so low.
Stacey in Kansas City, Missouri, is overwhelmed by her fiance Chris's student loan debt and wonders if they should postpone their wedding. They've both come to Suze for advice
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Carol, who's 51, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $30,000 to buy a 2015 Chevrolet Equinox SUV.
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50-year-old Kathleen has done nothing to save for retirement. Now she comes to Suze for a plan, before it's too late.
Chip, who's 26, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $67,000 to buy a brand new BMW M4.
Kim, who's 58 and divorced, wants to retire at 66, relax and not worry about money. She asks Suze if she's on track to meet her goal?
What's true and what's not true when it comes to your legal, financial responsibilities to family. A couple facing financial challenges questions whether they should go through with a wedding. Viewers ask if they can afford a Chevy Equinox, a 25th anniversary trip to Spain.
The best way to save for retirement could be what you spend your money on today. A 50-year-old woman who never saved for retirement realizes she needs a plan. Viewers ask if they can afford a French horn, a BMW M4.
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Jane blames her husband, Christopher, for their financial struggles. It's taking a toll on their marriage so they've come to Suze for some advice.
Michael, who's 25, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $6,000 to go on an Alaskan adventure vacation.
Donna, who's 55, is divorced and living in California. She wants to retire at 65 to travel and focus on her photography. She asks Suze if she's on track to meet her goal.
Valentine's Day rules to follow to strengthen your relationship and your money. A wife puts her husband on a small allowance to help control debt. Viewers ask if they can afford a 2015 BMW, a dorm room bedding set.
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Elizabeth in California says she inherited $500,000 & her fiance is overspending. She asks Suze how she should handle the situation.
Nikki in Seattle says she and her husband are living paycheck to paycheck. She wonders if she should get a college degree, and take on student loan debt, to increase her earnings potential.
Jake, who's 15, asks Suze if he can spend $1,549 to attend the IMG Baseball Training Academy.
Adrienne, who's 59, single and lives in New York, wants to retire at 65 and spend a few months a year in warmer weather. She asks Suze 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.