Money lessons of 9/11 and the simple things you can do to financially protect the ones you love. Viewers ask if they can afford Christian Louboutin heels, a Stand Up Paddle.
The money lessons of 9/11, and the simple things you can do to financially protect the ones you love.
Joan and her husband Peter have been married for 33 years and have two children. Peter was recently diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukemia with an expected lifespan of 7-8 years. Joan wants to know what steps they should take to protect their future given the circumstances.
Angela, 33, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $595 on a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
A new Best Calls You've Never Heard show.
Deni has drained all of her savings and retirement to save her home. She wants to know what else she should do?
Dana has pleaded with her parents to do a will and trust, but they won't listen. How should she handle the situation?
Rhoda tells Suze that things are tight for her family, financially-speaking. She wants to know what she should do when her kids' school adds on extra expenses?
I'm a college student. My financial advisor says I need a life insurance policy. Do I?
Charles, 36, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $1,400 on a vintage arcade machine.
Bill, 33, asks Suze if he can afford to buy a 24-foot used fishing boat for $30,000.
Cindy in Idaho is a single mom with two teenage daughters. She wants to retire by 60. Her bucket list for retirement includes lots of travel, but she is afraid she may not have enough money saved to do so.
A new Best Calls You've Never Heard show, including back-to-school financial issues & 401(k) loans. Viewers ask if they can afford a vintage arcade machine, a 24-foot fishing boat.
Children worried about their irresponsible parents. A teacher learns a hard lesson about student loan. Viewers ask if they can afford a zero gravity experience, a Barbie Video Doll.
Suze talks to children worried about their irresponsible parents.
Jessica, a NYC school teacher, has a salary of $54,000, owes $83,000 in student loans, and has credit card debt, as well. She was so excited to be accepted into an accelerated Masters program at NYU that she gave little thought as to how she was going to pay the loans back. Now she wonders how she should best handle all the debt and what she should do with her small monthly excess.
Devon asks Suze if he can afford to spend $4,950 on a "Zero-Gravity Experience."
Diane and her husband have an after-tax income of $12,800/month. She is always saving, or making sure that her only child does not do without. She wants to know if, after working since she was 15, is she on track to retire when she's 65?
What you should be doing, and not doing, during the current market turmoil. Viewers ask if they can afford a Porsche, a Rolex watch as a birthday gift.
What you should be doing, and not doing, during the current market turmoil.
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.