All new calls to help you gain financial independence. How to get out from an underwater condo. What you need to know if collection agencies are calling. When is it time to hire a financial advisor? Viewers ask if they can afford a baseball fantasy camp, a swimming pool.
Tabitha says she is bad with money. She want to know how to improve her financial situation so her boyfriend will marry her.
Herb, who's 74, asks Suze if he can afford to go to the Minnesota Twins Baseball Fantasy Camp, which costs $4,000. Suze does not ruin his dream.
Patricia asks Suze how to prevent collection agencies from calling her about her ex-husband and his family.
Juana is underwater on her condo and wants to get out, but is not sure of the best route to take.
Yvette is in her 30s and starting to save for retirement. She wonders if she can handle her finances on her own or if she should hire a financial advisor.
Money Mojo guest Marie, who's 54, returns with exciting news for Suze.
The financial ramifications for gay couples who cannot get married. The best way to handle finances when a couple has no legal connection. Viewers ask if they can afford a Patek Philippe watch, an electric kiln.
Insight on the financial ramifications for gay couples who cannot get married.
Suzanne and Holly ask Suze the best way to handle their joint finances since they have no legal connection.
Mark asks Suze if he can afford to spend $43,000 on a Patek Philippe World Timer watch.
Ami, 33, is a stay at home mom. She wants to know the best way to contribute to a retirement account.
Kathy, 53, and her husband John have a good amount of money in their retirement savings. She asks Suze if John can retire at 62 but wait until 66 to collect social security.
The facts on claiming bankruptcy on student loans & how to make sure you don't get buried in student loan debt. A dad takes taxes out of his son's lemonade stand profits. Viewers ask if they can afford a summer internship in Croatia, a roof top patio couch.
The facts on claiming bankruptcy on student loans & how to make sure you don't get buried in student loan debt.
Carly's family lost it all when she was young and now she's overwhelmed with anxiety over money. She asks Suze how to overcome her issues so she doesn't pass her fears to her children.
Dan, who's 56, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $21,000 on a used Honda S2000.
Shannon, 29, is a full-time nurse and wants to buy a home. She is considering going back to school and wonders if she should continue to rent.
Vicky, who's 43 and single, loves her job as a firefighter but is not sure if she's saving enough money to retire at 55.
Are you fooling yourself that you're doing better than you are? How to get real and back on track. A couple struggles with whether they can afford a 2nd child before it's too late. Viewers ask if they can afford a Porsche Cayman S, time off to write a book.
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.