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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.
Denise, age 25 wants to know whether or not to spend $1,200 on a Louis Vuitton signature tote.
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Paula in Texas tells Suze she's getting a $150,000 inheritance. She says she wants to pay off debt and save, and her husband wants to invest in real estate rentals. She asks which is the best move.
Will & Jessica have a "dream" relationship but their finances are a nightmare. Will has been unemployed for over a year and his benefits have run out. They've come to Suze for help.
Suze discusses what viewers should do with an inheritance.
Darlene, who's 50, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $200,000 on a 2015 diesel pusher RV.
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Kim in South Carolina says she just married a Brit. She says he's keeping his money in the UK and wants to know how to manage everything on her salary.
Michelle first appeared on the show in 2009. She's been the primary breadwinner of the family, supporting her husband's dream. Although they're finally in a happy place, their finances are worse than ever. Michelle returns for her third visit to ask Suze for a plan.
Davita in Illinois tells Suze that helping her family has put her into debt. She wants to know how to tell her siblings she can no longer give them money.
Lauren, who's 40, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $40,000 on a mudroom and garage addition.
Lesley asks Suze if she can afford to spent $7,195 to go "In search of Amelia Earhart."
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Jeanette in Colorado tells Suze her live-in boyfriend won't sign a co-habitation agreement. She wants to know how she can protect the six properties she owns.
Peter in Pennsylvania tells Suze he and his spouse do not have 20 percent to put down on a new home. He wants to know what his options are to avoid PMI.
Kim in Florida asks Suze whether she should continue asking her fiance for his financials and a pre-nup.
Pat in Pennsylvania tells Suze his son and his son's wife keep running up credit card debt. He says he's bailed him out once, and wants to know how he can help them out.
Laura, who's 38, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $110,000 to create an outdoor living space at her home.
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