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
Suze gives the last word.
Natalie used her inheritance to pay off her boyfriend's home, she then paid for their wedding and her own engagement ring. Now they're divorced and he won't pay her back.
Marie, who's 30, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $3,000 on a home water purification system.
Steve, who's 58, asks Suze if he can spend $5,000 on 2 recumbent tadpole bikes.
How one move with your dividend-paying stocks can make you more money. A woman hates the home that her husband convinced her to buy. Viewers ask if they can afford a 40th birthday in Italy, professional modeling headshots.
A look at how the credit bureaus have changed the game & how they look at you as a borrower.
Julieann, who's 12, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $195 on a pair of Ugg boots.
Jennifer wants to know how to rebuild her credit after filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
How one health insurance option could give you a great way to save for your future.
Randy, from Pennsylvania, calls to tell Suze he won $500,000 in a Powerball lottery. He says a financial advisor told him to put it in a flexible life insurance investment. Randy asks Suze what she thinks.
Grace, who's 12 years old, asks if she can spend $229 to buy a ferret and cage.
Leighton, who's 30, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $6,500 to buy a drift boat as a wedding gift for her husband.
When Kristina was on the show in 2010, she had just gotten divorced after 24 years of marriage. She had lived a privileged lifestyle but needed a serious downsizing plan. She's back with an update on what's happened since the show.
How life insurance is an important part of your financial plan. Do you need it and how to figure out how much you should get.
Geneva, who's 27, is single and just bought her 1st home. She said her financial planner said she needs life insurance. She wants to know if he's right?
When Randee was on the show almost 5 months ago, she had racked up $20,000 in credit card debt and paid it off twice. When she did it a third time, she came to Suze for advice. Suze helped her discover what was really at the root of her spending problems. She's back to update what¿s happened since the show.
Matthew, who's 40, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $2,595 to buy a Chelsea pool table and billiard package.
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.