You work hard all year to save and pay down debt, so why do you fall into the money trap this time of year?
Nikki in Chicago tells Suze she's been spending uncontrollably without her husband's knowledge. Suze gives Nikki an action plan to stop cheating financially on her husband and get out of debt.
Michelle in Illinois tells Suze she and her husband are $90,000 under water on a townhouse they bought in 2008, but they were denied a short sale. They want to know what to do now.
Douglas, who's 31, asks Suze if he can afford to spend up to $4,000 on a Costa Rican surprise getaway.
Linda, who's 55, is married and lives in Arizona. Her husband is 57 and she wants to know if they're on track to retire when they each turn 62.
You work hard all year to save and pay down debt, so why do you fall into the money trap this time of year? A wife/mother wants to stop lying to her husband about her secret shopping. Viewers ask if they can afford a Cartier watch, entry into a marathon.
Suze's annual Halloween treat looks at the tricks of getting rid of zombie debt once and for all. Suze meets her doppelganger who wants her credit card debt killed and buried.
Sonja tells Suze she's been getting bills in her name for a student loan her dad took out before he died. She wants to know what she should do.
Christine in New York plays Suze in the Off-Broadway musical, "NEWSical the Musical." She asks the real Suze for the best way to negotiate a settlement on her $47,000 in credit card debt.
Evelina asks Suze if she can afford to spend $300 on a kitty costume.
Bobby, who's 14, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $79.99 on a full-length green screen.
Why filing for bankruptcy is the best move for those who can't pay their bills.
For the past year Michelle has been gambling away her savings and retirement, and digging herself deeper and deeper into debt. Suze gives Michelle a reality check about how much worst her situation may become if she doesn't file bankruptcy now.
Whitney, who's 32, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $1,350/month for 2 years of culinary school tuition.
Molly asks Suze if she can afford to spend $350 to take her father to a Michael Buble concert.
Jan, who's single and living in Wyoming, says she's on track to retire in two years. She wants to move back to my hometown to be closer to family and wants to know if she can.
Suze's annual Halloween treat looks at the tricks of getting rid of zombie debt once and for all.
Why filing for bankruptcy is the best move for those who can't pay their bills. A woman needs a plan after gambling away her savings & retirement. Viewers ask if they can afford a very expensive Birkin bag, culinary school.
Are you driving more of a car than you can afford? Suze answers.
Anna in Chicago is about to turn 30 and wants to stop living paycheck to paycheck. Suze puts her on a plan that drastically cuts her monthly expenses and could result in a $4 million nest egg for Anna ... if she follows it.
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.