Check out this mashup of some of Suze Orman's best advice and make sure to watch The Susan Orman Show series finale on Saturday, March 28 9p ET. » Read More
Marlene and Tal make $140,000/year but don't have enough money to pay the bills and save for the future. They've come to Suze to learn how to become financial adults.
Jania, who's 24, asks Suze if she and her fiance can afford to spend $20,000 on a country club wedding.
Kimberly is so overwhelmed by her bills and debt that she can't open her mail. She needs Suze for help in overcoming her fear.
Kimberly is so overwhelmed by her bills and debt that she couldn't open her mail. She came to Suze for help in overcoming her fear.
Naty, who's 26, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $6,000 on back-to-back Caribbean cruises.
Dennis had credit card debt and almost $100,000 of student loans in forbearance when he was on the show in 2012. Suze challenged him to tell everybody the truth about his debt. He's back to update what happened after the show.
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Rene wants to know how she can get her husband to understand that she should contribute more to expenses since she makes more?
Lloyd, who's 62, asks Suze if he can afford to buy a 2014 Can Am Trike for $27,560.
Shyrelle, who's 39, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $35,000 to remodel her kitchen.
Carol, who lives in California, tells Suze she and her husband can't afford the Jaguar lease her husband's previous employer paid for. She wants to know what to do?
Adrianna & David live in Milwaukee. They want to know if a couple who lives paycheck to paycheck needs a plan to get out of debt. They also discuss getting the husband more involved in the family finances.
Martin, who's 54, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $5,000 on a bucket-list trip to Iceland & Greenland.
Sarah, who's 43, wants to know if she and her husband can afford to spend $40,000 on an in-ground swimming pool.
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Lizz and her husband hate the house they bought when they were young and impulsive but feel that they are stuck there. Their problems with the house are causing stress in their marriage, so Liz has come to Suze looking for a solution.
LaTasha tells Suze her fiance is struggling and has $5,000 of credit card debt. She wants to know if she should help him pay it down?
Many financial problems have nothing to do with a lack or abundance of income but with your mental state.
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