Carol tells Suze she's bailed out her husband several times but he still keeps hiding money and lying. She wants to know what she should do.
Maggie says she planned to go back to work after she had her baby. But now she's changed her mind and wants to know how to tell her husband.
Amy in Illinois tells Suze she recently discovered her mother was hiding $50,000 of credit card debt from her father. She wants to know what she should do.
Rick, who's 69, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $39,000 to go on a National Geographic expedition.
What's the hot gift this year and can you afford it? Whether it's presents for the kids, something sparkly for a spouse, or shiny on four wheels, you can't buy it before asking if you can afford it in this annual holiday special!
A new "Best Calls You've Never Heard" show focuses on family finances. A daughter discovers mom is hiding $50,000 of credit card debt, a wife wants to control her car-fanatic husband before he buys another one. Viewers ask if they can afford boxing lessons, camping with the grandkids.
Pam in Minnesota says her $1,500/month student loan payment is making it impossible for us to get on with our lives. What do we do?
Jennifer, who's 42, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $11,000 to take a Hawaiian spring break in 2014.
Debbie, who's 46, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $55,000 to buy a Mercedes E350.
Barry, who's 57, says he's worked all around the world, and is currently living in China. He wants to know if he'll be able to retire in 2.5 years and move back home.
This holiday season, the one gift you can give yourself that you'll never need to return.
Sue, in New York City, says she took a back seat and let her husband handle all the finances. But now that she's soon to be divorced and in the driver's seat, she needs Suze to give her a roadmap to get out of debt.
This holiday season, the one gift you can give yourself that you'll never need to return. A stay-at-home mother who never handled money needs to make a change now that she's divorced. Viewers ask if they can afford a Tory Burch bag, a Mercedes and an 11-year-old standup comic wants tickets to see Bill Cosby.
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Money is tight for Aimee and Tim, who don¿t see eye-to-eye on whether to invest for the long or short term. Suze gives the young couple an action plan that meets both of their goals.
Susan, who's 57, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $45,000 plus $1,000/month on a country club membership.
Kurt, who's 58, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $8,000 on a Honda Rubicon.
Don, who's 47, says he and his wife have worked 20 years at demanding jobs and are burned out. He wants to know if they'll be able to relax at 57 and 58?
Allison has had to live off her emergency fund for the last 4 months and is now afraid she may run through all of it before she gets a new job. Suze helps her realize she has more than she thinks.
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.