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Suze classics - See how it all started

Suze's in her 12th year on CNBC!

The Suze Orman Show debuted as a radio show taped for television on March 9, 2002. Watch the very first show on the air to see how it all started.

See How It All Started

  • Suze Classic: Financial Clutter   Thursday, 7 Mar 2013 | 12:00 AM ET
    Suze Classic: Financial Clutter

    Do you have financial clutter? If you have clothes with price tags still on them, if your attic or basement is filled with boxes, that's material clutter. But there's another type of clutter many people have and that's financial clutter. What paperwork are you saving you should have thrown out years ago? Suze takes you through what to keep and how long to keep it. The show originally aired on March 9th, 2002.

  • Suze Classic: Safe Saving   Thursday, 7 Mar 2013 | 12:00 AM ET
    Suze Classic: Safe Saving

    Remember the dot-com bubble? In the late '90s, the NASDAQ ran wild. By 2002, when this show taped, the internet boom had gone bust and people were still stinging from their losses. With that memory still vivid, a woman calls up asking where she can invest her "safety net" money, safely.

  • Suze Classic: Debt Dilemma   Thursday, 7 Mar 2013 | 12:00 AM ET
    Suze Classic: Debt Dilemma

    A caller has $50,000-$60,000 in credit card debt and wants to know how he can avoid bankruptcy.

  • Suze Classic: Money Mistakes   Thursday, 7 Mar 2013 | 12:00 AM ET
    Suze Classic: Money Mistakes

    In this segment, Suze talks about the problems with impound accounts: when mortgage lenders include taxes and insurance in the mortgage payment, and why you should never borrow money from your 401(k).

  • Suze Classic: Women & Money   Thursday, 7 Mar 2013 | 12:00 AM ET
    Suze Classic: Women & Money

    Even back in 2002, Suze was focused on teaching women they have to financially protect themselves. In this segment, she answers an email from a woman who was worried about not being able to protect her 19-year-old daughter because she couldn't get life insurance.

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