Paul's home is worth less than what he bought it for, and he wonders if he should be paying extra on the mortgage.
A show filled with new money questions, from how to control a husband's overspending, to how to ask for cash as a wedding gift.
What you can do to resist the urge to overspend these last days of the holiday season. The discovery of a rock-bottom credit score motivates a mother to clean up her financial life & lies. Viewers ask if they can afford an engagement ring, an apartment in Rome.
What you can do to resist the urge to overspend these last days of the holiday season.
Megan has a big family and is spending way beyond what she has every month. She wants to know how to cut back.
Joe is 26 and wants to know if he should further his education by taking on $100,000 in student loan debt on top of the $60,000 he has already.
Joanne asks if she is on track to slow down, retire and travel in 12 years when she turns 58 and her husband is 60.
Jeff, who's 49, asks if he can afford to spend $49,000 to buy an apartment in Rome.
Are you making this common mistake after buying dividend-paying stocks? A mother of 10 asks for help curbing the amount her family spends eating out -- but discovers a much bigger financial problem. Viewers ask if they can afford an ATV, a nanny.
Are you making this common mistake after buying dividend-paying stocks?
Brandi (43) has 10 children and is spending way beyond her means on eating out, parties, holidays and clothes. She asks how to cut back while continuing to be generous.
Lauren, who's 46, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $25,000 on a wedding.
Chase, who's 28 and lives in Texas, says his private student loan has a lower rate than his federal loan. He wants to know which he should pay off first.
Pam is 48, lives simply and saves but doesn¿t invest. She wants to know if she will be able to retire and work part time at 52.
How to be generous this holiday season without spending a penny. A man living a financial lie finally tells the truth to his family & friends. Viewers ask if they can afford to travel around the world for a year, a vintage Chevrolet Chevelle.
Suze Orman tells viewers how to be generous this holiday season without spending a penny.
Dennis, who's 37 and lives in Washington, D.C., has struggled with his finances for years and has $100,000 worth of debt. He asks Suze for a plan to get back on track.
Kathy (47) asks Suze if she can afford to spend $35,000 plus $20,000 on a vintage Chevrolet Chevelle and garage.
Carrie, 32 and from Illinois, asks if she should put off med school so she can become vested in her company's pension plan.
Joyce grew up with little, but is doing well now. She wonders if she will be able to retire at 65 and live by a California beach.
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.