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Covering today's hottest financial topics, "The Suze Orman Show" helps people make the connection between self worth and net worth. In a format that's fast-paced, down-to-earth, and entertaining, Suze candidly tells her audience the truth about money so they can change the course of their financial destiny -to have more and be more. They will also gain Suze's insight on how to protect themselves financially, resulting in personal empowerment that's exemplified in their bank accounts.

03/27/10 -- CNSUZ032710 -- DEEP IN DEBT:

How to take the first steps in turning around your debt. Callers ask if they can afford a 1st Edition of Alice in Wonderland, a Cartier Watch.

04/03/10 -- CNSUZ040310 -- TAXED TO THE MAX:

Tax Tips for the unemployed. A freelancer in a jam over failing to pay quarterly taxes. Callers ask if they can afford a $400K Plane, Teeth Whitening.

04/10/10 -- CNSUZ041010 -- GETTING THE MESSAGE OUT!:

Suze finds a new way to teach her money message to America by landing on the back of a cereal box. Plus Municipal v. Zero-Coupon Bonds, and viewers ask if they can afford a $2K Handbag, a Heavy Metal Cruise.

04/17/10 -- CNSUZ041710 -- INSIDE THE BIGGEST LOSER:

Suze returns from her visit to The Biggest Loser Ranch with financial concerns for the contestants. Previous winner Danny Cahill talks about his past heavy debt and its connection to his weight. Viewers ask if they can afford GI Joe Action Figures, a David Hasselhoff Concert.

04/24/10 -- CNSUZ042410 -- ACTION PLAN: SAVINGS:

How to build an 8-month emergency fund no matter how much you make, and how to win a $10K instant emergency fund from Suze! Viewers ask if they can afford an iPad, a Havanese Puppy.

05/01/10 -- CNSIZE050110 -- THE STUDENT LOAN ZONE:

What kids and parents need to know before taking on Student loans. A father asks Suze to help convince his daughter not to go to a pricey private university. Viewers ask if they can afford a $100K houseboat, a golf cart.

05/08/10 -- CNSUZ050810 -- MOMS & MONEY:

Suze’s message to all moms for mother’s day. A stay-at-home mom wants to know if she has to return to work. Plus a surprise visit for a Can I Afford It? Caller from celebrity chef, Paula Deen.

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