James wants to know if he should continue paying extra on his mortgage or put the money in his retirement account.
Suze Orman helps Colleen, 34, who has seven kids, manage her finances.
Suze Orman helps one woman re-harness her "mono mojo."
Suze puts target date funds in the cross-hairs & explains why she's not a fan. A retired Army nurse gets a financial wake up call. Viewers ask if they can afford a very rare bottle of Scotch, Christian Louboutin pumps.
Suze puts target date funds in the cross-hairs & explains why she's not a fan.
Adam, who's 26, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $3,100 on a 1981 bottle of Glenmorangie Pride, single malt whisky.
Lily wants to know if now is a good time to buy a small rental property if she plans to move overseas soon.
Carole needs to find a job but becomes anxious during job interviews. She wants to know how to overcome her fear.
Teresa, who's 51, has spent so much time and money helping others that she has neglected her own finances. How can she save herself before it¿s too late?
A college student hooked on expensive designer clothing wants to stop spending before it's too late. Viewers ask if they can afford a beer kegerator, a Hawaiian vacation.
Suze's money message to the children of single mothers.
Devante is obsessed with wearing designer clothes. He wants to know how to stop spending money he doesn't have.
Kyra, who's 9 years old, asks Suze is she can afford to spend $100 to buy a parakeet and cage.
Dan wants to know when it makes sense to give up his day job to concentrate on running his own business.
Trina is 41 and divorced. She overspent and his struggling with bills. Now she wants to know how to bounce back.
Seven must-haves before you dole out your hard-earned cash. Viewers ask if they can afford Green Bay Packers stock, a Piccolo.
Seven must-haves before lending out your hard-earned cash.
Natasha is working in a job that makes her happy but is making less money. She can't make ends meet and wants to know how she can have it all.
Julie, who's 54, asks Suze if she can afford to pay $275/share to buy stock in the Green Bay Packers.
Mia, who's 27, wants to know if she should put her company match in her 401(k) or in a new Roth 401(k) just offered by her company.
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.