Twenty-eight year old Pey wants to know whether to go ahead and spend $750 on a Beer Kegerator.
A daughter brings her financially irresponsible parents in for a Suze wake-up call.
Shery and Mark have nothing and are still financially irresponsible. Their daughter Mychelle asks Suze for an intervention.
Cheryl in Iowa wants to know if she's failing to teach her 16-year-old about money by paying her for basic chores?
Felicia in Louisiana says she has no family she's close to. She asks Suze what to do if something happens to her.
Mark asks Suze if he can afford to spend $20,000 to buy a Harley-Davidson Street Ride.
Hilary asks Suze if she can afford to spend $7,300 to buy a new hot tub.
A college student hooked on expensive designer clothing wants to stop spending before it's too late.
A daughter brings her financially irresponsible parents in for a Suze wake-up call. Viewers ask if they can afford a lobster boat renovation, a mother-daughter Maui vacation.
Personal and financial betrayal by a business partner has prevented Carla from moving on and finding employment. Her lifelong friend Michelle asks Suze to help Carla get out of debt and move on with her life.
Katie in New Jersey tells Suze she has great credit but no money, and says her boyfriend has money but no credit. Katie wants to know how they can buy a house together.
Bill in Ohio tells Suze he just lost his job. His family has $50,000 in credit card debt. He wants to know if he should use money from his 401(k) to pay it off.
Jane, who's 60, asks Suze if she can afford to take a 20-day bucket list trip to China that will cost her $10,000.
Dave, who's 40, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $8,000 on two Super Bowl tickets.
Morgan, who's 23, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $4,500 on liposuction.
Carla is stuck in debt because she can't let go of a friend's financial betrayal. Can a Suze intervention help her help herself? Viewers ask if they can afford Super Bowl tickets, a solar power system.
Why saying "no" to loved ones who want or need money will help them rather than hurt them. A mother of two teenagers has to make tough choices to get out of the money mess she's created. Viewers ask if they can afford a sexy master suite, a Louis Vuitton tote.
Mimi's faith is strong but her finances are weak. She knows waiting for God is not a financial plan, so she's come to Suze for help.
Forty-five year old Heather wants to know if she can afford to spend $40,000 to remodel her master bedroom suite complete with a dancer's pole.
Denise, age 25 wants to know whether or not to spend $1,200 on a Louis Vuitton signature tote.
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.