What you should be doing, and not doing, during the current market turmoil.
Collen was a guest on Suze's Mother's Day Show. At the time, she didn't know how she and her husband could afford to pay for all three of her children's college costs. She returns to tell Suze what has happened since her last visit.
Gloria, who's 47, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $60,000 on a used Porsche Carrera.
Virginia, 40, and her husband have both been married before. He has two kids from his previous marriage and they have two together. They have made some poor financial decisions in the past, but have made plans to clear up their debt. They plan to retire by 60, but are not sure if this is a realistic goal since they have two children currently in college and two who will be in college when they want to retire.
Suze explains why she's concerned 2012 is not going to be a good year for the markets. Viewers ask if they can afford a $2K custom Blythe doll, a Swarovski Cockatoo.
Suze explains why she's concerned 2012 is not going to be a good year for the markets.
Maree is 53. Her husband is 61 and retired. She bought an eclipse indexed life insurance policy to provide her with income in the future. Now she has buyer's remorse and wonders if she made a big mistake?
Karen asks Suze if she can afford to spend $2,000 on a Custom Blythe Doll.
Carmen is 22 and wants to know if she is on the right financial track. She's single, owns her own home and has a good job, but wants to know what more she should be doing at her age?
A warning to all who are thinking about a foreclosure or short sale. Viewers ask if they can afford an RV-7 airplane; an iPod Touch.
A warning to all who are thinking about a foreclosure or short sale.
Julie and her husband bought a 3,400 square home in 2007. Julie is feeling tired and overwhelmed with the upkeep and is now watching every penny they spend. She wants to know if, in this economy, she should sell her home and downsize to a smaller one?
Max, who's 11, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $149 for an iPod Touch.
Brandy and her husband have been married for 3 years. They want to pay cash for her husband's upcoming graduate program, and also hope to pay off their home within 5-7 years. They want to have as little debt as possible before starting a family. They check in with Suze to see if their dreams can become reality.
Martha and Scott make a great living, but are still drowing in debt. Scott lets Martha handle all the money in the family, and he has no idea how much debt they've accumulated. Once the debt is revealed, the couple asks where to start making financial changes.
A look at what's happened since Martha and Scott first appeared on the show, with CNBC's Suze Orman.
Woody asks Suze if he can afford to spend $6,000 to take a Battle of the Bulge/D-Day tour in Europe.
Cathy was a stay-at-home mom for many years and is now playing catch up with her retirement savings. She knows she will have to work until her full retirement, hopes to be able to have fun and spend some money along the way. She asks Suze if she is on the right track.
All new 'Best Calls You've Never Heard,' with some financial fireworks. Viewers ask if they can afford a zipline adventure, World of Warcraft. And things get sticky when Suze tries a S'more.
All new 'Best Calls You've Never Heard' complete with financial fireworks.
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.