It's a new year and time to take a good look at where you are and what you're doing with your money.
Renaisa, a previous guest on "The Suze Orman Show," wrote in asking for advice on dating men who make less than she does. The conversation turned to her relationship with money. She returns to tell Suze what has happened since her first visit.
Amelia, who's 31, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $6,400 to go on an Alaskan cruise.
Kim (40) and her husband have 2 kids. She wants to know if they will be able to retire in 20 years and take trips in their RV.
It's a new year: a good time to take a look at where you are and what you're doing with your money. Suze follows up with a 1-on-One guest who struggled with a family who was always asking for money. Viewers ask if they can afford a 1-year emergency food kit, a ski trip to Montana.
What you need to know if you've been tempted by low interest rates to get into the rental property game. A nurse debates giving up financial security for love or giving up love for financial security. Viewers ask if they can afford a monthly house cleaning service, a trip to London for a tennis tournament.
What you need to know if low interest rates have tempted you to get into the rental property game.
Lisa (54) wonders if she would put her financial future at risk by moving to Michigan to join her fiance.
Reggie, who's 62, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $6,500 to attend the Barclay's Tennis Tournament.
Molly, 40, asks if she should get into real estate now with a starter home or wait and save for her dream home.
Debra, who's 56 and lives in Florida, tells Suze she and her husband have been saving like misers. She asks if they are on track to retire in 8 years so they can live it up a bit.
Start the new year off right by making one move that could boost your long term savings. Viewers ask if they can afford a horse farm, a BMW X3.
Start the new year off right by making one move that could boost your long term savings.
Nina, a former guest, originally came on the show for a "Suze Smackdown" because she couldn't get out of a serious financial situation. A relative used her name on loans, saddling her with $450,000 in debt. She returns to tell Suze what's happened since her first appearance on the show.
Rebecca, who's 23, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $42,000 on a BMW X3.
Sarah (28) from Louisiana asks if she should buy a used car or if buying a new car is better in the long run.
Laura (39) and her husband have 4 kids. She wants to know if they are on track to save for college and retire in 18 years.
Suze Orman helps you with your biggest financial questions just ahead of the New Year.
Wendy wonders if it was a mistake to cancel her term life insurance and buy universal life insurance; and Peter asks if he should take all of his savings and sell his stocks to pay off his mortgage and be debt free.
Doreen was just laid off. She asks if she should leave her 401(k) and profit sharing with her old company.
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