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Jason in Florida tells Suze his timeshare is killing him. He wants to know if he should take out a low-interest student loan to pay it off.
Paul in New York says the fiscal cliff caused him to panic and abandon the stock market. He asks Suze how he should jump back in now.
Mary in California tells Suze she thought settling with credit card companies would help her and her husband's credit after bankruptcy until she got a 1099. Now she wants to know what to do.
Melissa in Pennsylvania asks Suze how she and her new husband should share expenses and combine their savings.
Patricia in Ohio's gut tells her to run away from her financial advisor. She wants to know how she can tell if he's really working in her best interests.
Violet, who's 47, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $6,000 to go on a Russian river cruise.
Suze Orman looks at the money mistakes people tend to make with their salary & retirement.
The money mistakes you make with your salary and retirement.
Sheri tells Suze she doesn't even have her pension yet and financial advisors are calling her. She wants to know what to do.
Chris tells Suze he thought settling with credit card companies would help he and his wife's credit, until they got their 1099. They ask Suze what to do. CK THIS DESCRIPTION
Eric tells Suze life insurance companies suggested he take out a $25,000 policy on his baby. He wants to know what Suze thinks.
Jean tells Suze a financial advisor told her to take cash out her retirement accounts & invest in a target date fund. She wants to know if Suze agrees.
Tim asks Suze if he can afford to spend $3,000 on an National Hockey League fantasy hockey game.
Irene, who's 9, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $119 to buy a new camcorder.
April first appeared on the show in 2012 with her husband, Jeremy. They constantly argued about money, he was a spender and she was a saver. April returns to update Suze on the big changes she made after the show.
My sister helped us out & won¿t let me repay her. So how can I give a financial gift to her baby?
Linda in Colorado tells Suze her broker wants to put all her retirement money in a variable annuity offering guaranteed income. She asks Suze if she agrees.
Jefferson, who's 13, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $200 to buy a new leather jacket.
Student loan grace periods and why you should ignore them.
Katie's mom appeared on the show in 2010, when Suze helped her save her home. Now Katie, a second-generation Suze Orman Show guest, has a real estate opportunity and isn't sure if she could take 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.