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.
What to do when you get a cold call from a financial advisor. A young doctor looks for advice on finding a financially compatible date but finds it goes deeper than who pays the check. Viewers ask if they can afford chrome rims, an exclusive aviator watch.
A woman in debt comes in asking for a Suze Smack down, but gets a shocking discovery in her credit report. Viewers ask if they can afford a Lotus Evora, a community theater.
The key to irrational spending. A woman confronts grief, guilt and regret after spending $500,000 of life insurance left by her son. Viewers ask if they can afford a 50th birthday party, a home renovation.
Do power and control belong to the one who makes more money in a relationship? Newlyweds already fighting over money try to find middle ground. Viewers ask if they can afford a Justin Bieber concert & meet-and-greet, a family RV trip.
The financial mistakes that are made when we are in need of cash and move too fast. A wife wants help stopping her husband¿s impulsive spending but gets a bigger financial wake-up call. Viewers ask if they can afford diamond earrings, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy.
A new Best Calls You've Never Heard show including advice on how to curb your shopping; money & divorce; student loans & bankruptcy. Viewers ask if they can afford a cello, a pet chinchilla.
Have we finally hit bottom in the real estate market? A 2nd wife struggles with resentment over not saving money for herself. Viewers ask if they can afford a Balenciaga handbag, a trip to Naples, Italy.
Have we finally hit bottom in the real estate market?
Laura says she contributes everything she has to the family finances and has nothing left. She is looking for an equitable way to handle the money for the family -- her husband was married before and has two children.
Winnie, who's 25, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $1,545 on a Balenciaga City handbag.
Jen asks Suze if she should max out both her 401(k) and Roth.
Tammy and Jason are 37 and 41, with 2 young sons. They want to know if they are saving enough to be able to retire early at 55 and 59, respectively.
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.