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.
Are you fooling yourself that you're doing better than you are? How to get real and get back on track.
Brian and Monica are 40 years old and the clock is ticking. They ask Suze if they can afford to have another baby.
Chris, who's 32, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $87,000 on a 2013 Porsche Cayman S.
Cassie (35) wants to know if she should pay off the credit cards that have been closed by her creditors.
Carolynn (52) says she never focused on a career and is now terrified that she will never be able to retire. She asks Suze for a game plan.
Kids worried about parents mishandling money. A woman needs help after using student loans to fund years of travel. Viewers ask if they can afford a WWII History Tour, a mini trampoline to help lose weight.
Kids worry about parents mishandling money.
Karline, 29, used a student loan to travel and live a great life. Now she is $50,000 in debt and wants to know how she can turn things around.
Eric, who's 64, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $8,000 to go on a World War II history tour.
Emily, 28, has $38,000 in savings. She wants to know if she should pay off $17,000 in student loans or keep the savings as a cushion.
Janine, 40, has crunched the numbers and thinks she can retire in 20 years. Is she on the right track?
A new best calls show including questions about cashing out a Roth IRA to pay down credit card debt & which student loans should you pay off first? Viewers ask if they can afford a trip to Switzerland, a pet vacuum.
A new best calls show including questions about cashing out a Roth IRA to pay down credit card debt & which student loans should you pay off first?
Randi wants to know how to convince her husband that quitting her job was the best thing for their family.
Ann wants to know how to convince her daughter that taking out loans for an Ivy League school isn't smart.
Linda has bailed out her adult daughter, who's still irresponsible with money. What should she do?
Sarah asks Suze if she should cash out an old Roth 401(K) to pay off her credit card debt.
Nick, who's 20, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $4,000 on a 2005 Honda All-Terrain Vehicle.
What every student needs to know before applying for a scholarship. A woman discovers her husband lent a friend $40,000 without telling her. Viewers ask if they can afford Louis Vuitton luggage, a Bernina sewing machine.
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.