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Fernando, who's 14, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $250 on a Numark Mixtrack Pro 2.
Tish, a social worker, spends more money than she makes and can't afford to pay her bills. She comes to Suze for an intervention.
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Christine in Pennsylvania says she cosigned her brother's student loans and that he's been paying them for 10+ years. She wants to know if she'll ever be released.
Gracey, who's 35, asks Suze if she can afford to take a $12,000 family trip to Italy.
Payton, who's 11, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $499 to buy an Xbox One.
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Sandra is worried her husband's plan for early retirement will derail their already rocky financial future. They come to Suze for a dose of reality.
Erick from New York calls Suze to tell her he's underwater on his mortgage by about $50,000. He's thinking about walking away.
Lisa, who's 40, asks Suze if she can afford to spend between $3,000 and $7,500 to buy a Texas Longhorn
Tessa, who's 45, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $7,000 to $10,000 to buy a ductless central air conditioning system.
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Joshua in Washington tells Suze that he makes $30,000/year. He wants to know how much he should spend on an engagement ring.
Jen says she and her husband have so much debt they can't breathe. She wants to know if they should tap her husband¿s 401(k) or HELOC to pay it off?
Dee, who's 41, wants to know if she can afford to spend $5,000 on a 2-month backpacking trip to Thailand and China.
Tammy, who's 50, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $30,000 to purchase a 2014 Harley Davidson Ultra Limited.
Chris in Kansas asks Suze how he can get his sisters to contribute toward helping take care of their dad.
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.
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