Peter, who's 48, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $505 a month to pay for his daughter's gymnastics lessons.
Taylor, who's 25, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $7,000 to go backpacking across Europe.
You work hard for your money, but are you asking your money to work hard for you? A Suze follow up with a man who blamed his family's financial problems on himself & promised to cut his weekly boys' nights out. Viewers ask if they can afford a pool & new landscaping, a girls' trip to Vegas.
A widow learns the hard way how the lure of a higher pension payment can lead to a costly money mistake. Viewers ask if they can afford an engagement ring, to travel to all 50 states by age 50.
A widow learns the hard way how the lure of a higher pension payment can lead to a costly money mistake.
Be very wary of going on the Internet to look for financial advice, says Suze.
When Joann's husband of 50 years passed away, his pension ended. Now, Joann's sole income is from Social Security, her home is underwater, and she needs a plan.
Rosalie is 29 and her friends are already buying homes. How does she stop feeling so far behind everyone else?
Kelly, who's 26 and lives in Illinois, says she has about $200 to invest and she asks Suze for options.
Jen, who's 55, says she wants to retire in 10 years and her husband wants to retire in 13. She wants to know if they're on track.
A new holiday weekend show on family & financial relationships includes questions on spouse spending, merging money & parent money problems. Viewers ask if they can afford a spiritual retreat, gymnastic lessons.
A widow learns the hard way how the lure of a higher pension payment can lead to a costly money mistake. Viewers ask if they can afford an engagement ring, travel all 50 states by age 50.
In this segment from January 2005, a caller asks Suze how she should handle her 14-year-old son 'borrowing' her credit card to spend $1200 on an adult website.
Charles, who's 50, wants to know if he'll be able to retire in 12 years and enjoy life with his partner Jeff while he's still young.
A young widow struggles with making ends meet after her husband died and left her and their 2 kids without a will or life insurance. Viewers ask if they can afford a stress-less chair, road bike and gear.
A young widow struggles with making ends meet after her husband died and left her and their 2 kids without a will or life insurance.
Koumal¿s husband, Mike, died in a car accident almost four years ago, when Koumal was pregnant with their second child. Mike had no life insurance, no will, and no trust, and when Koumal began to handle the finances on her own, she made a lot of mistakes. She knows she has to straighten out the family finances but she still feels stuck in the past. In part 2, Suze gives her action plan.
Michelle, who's 54, says her husband wants to buy a $2,000 'Stressless' chair. Suze offers her advice.
John, who's 36, asks Suze if he can spend $95,000 on a pre-owned Porsche 911.
Kat, 26, who is from Massachusetts, asks Suze if she should take the max Federal student loans to pay for school and pay off some private student loans.
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.