Kathleen & Andy have made 13 years worth of bad financial decisions. Their money mistakes have left them in $75,000 of debt -- and they need a plan to get out of it -- but they can't talk about money without it turning into an argument.
@KAPESQ says a goal is to live with less & save $1500/month. "I'm scared but ready to invest. What do I do?"
Nicole, 27, lives in Virginia. She asks if it's a good idea to open a credit card, put all her bills on it & pay it every month so she can build her credit?
Rosa, 51, is in her 2nd marriage & got a late start saving for retirement. She wants to know if she can retire in 7 years and live winters in Florida?
As tax day nears, ways to maximize your retirement accounts. A mother of 3 feels her family is living in survival mode & wants to know where all their money is going. Viewers ask if they can afford a new driveway, a last hurrah European vacation.
A warning on cosigning private student loans for your children. A 31-year-old woman in big debt wants to break free of her parents' support but doesn't know how. Viewers ask if they can afford a Chanel clutch; Green Bay Packers season ticket upgrade.
The new way you need to think about taking retirement & Social Security. A father of 4 faces tough cuts after maxing out the credit cards. Viewers ask if they can afford 2 ct. diamond earrings, a Maltese puppy
The new way you need to think about taking retirement & Social Security.
Marty's son is about to marry a financial disaster and she wants to know what he should do to protect himself.
Dave and his wife wanted a big family but didn't financially plan for it. Now they want a plan to tackle their debt but will have to make some serious cuts to accomplish their goal.
Deb asks Suze if she can afford to spend $12,200 on a family vacation to Mexico.
Crystal asks Suze if she can afford to spend $7,000 on 2-carat diamond stud earrings.
Stacy (38) is underwater in her home and wants to know what to do because her neighborhood has changed & she doesn't feel safe.
Shannon and her husband are 39 & 40, with 2 young kids. They work hard and save, and want to know if they are on track to retire at 60 & 65.
Suze gives a 4th grade fan the surprise of her life.
The new way to think about taking retirement & Social Security. A father of 4 faces tough cuts after maxing out the credit cards. Viewers ask if they can afford 2 ct. diamond earrings, a Maltese puppy.
A look at the financial & personal issues surrounding two potential landmark cases on marriage equality. A husband & wife look for help since they can't talk about money without an argument. Viewers ask if they can afford One Direction tickets, the ultimate dream swimming pool.
How making small changes can lead to big results towards fixing your finances. A mother of 10 who was $3,000/month in deficit when she was on the show in December, returns to give Suze an update on what's happened since the show. Viewers ask if they can afford a pair of old Yankee Stadium seats, doggy daycare.
How making small changes can lead to big results towards fixing your finances.
Friends invited them on a vacation they can afford but they know their friends cannot.
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.