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Erin Kitzie

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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, Suzecandidly 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.

05/15/10 -- CNSUZ051510 -- HOW TO PICK A PLAN:
401(k)? Roth 401(k), Roth IRA? The difference & which is best for you. A woman who declared bankruptcy over 10 years ago asks “How Am I Doing?” Viewers ask if they can afford a shopping spree, junior golf membership.

Suze announces the winner of her $10K Instant Emergency Fund Sweepstakes. Viewers ask if they can afford an $8K Rolex, a $6K Beach rental home in South Carolina.

05/29/10 -- CNSUZ052910 -- BEST CALLS SUMMER STARTER!:
Should a mom force her teen to save? What to do when adult children are bleeding you dry. Plus, A Can I Afford It? Callback: What happened after Suze denied a viewer who wanted to hire the band Cracker for her birthday party?

06/05/10 -- CNSUZ060510 -- 5 SMART MONEY TIPS:
Easy tips for the beginner investor. Suze celebrates her birthday with a free giveaway to viewers. Callers ask if they can afford a $65K aerobatic airplane, an $1800 Vespa.

06/12/10 -- CNSUZ061210 -- LOVE IS IN THE AIR:
Suze has one thing on her mind when it comes to marriage: prenups! A woman who lived an affluent lifestyle asks for help adjusting to living on less. Viewers ask if they can afford a $60K Tesla, a $5K Shuffleboard Pro Tour.

06/19/10 -- CNSUZ061910 -- CAN I AFFORD IT? HOME EDITION!:
Is it time to buy a home? How do you know you can afford it? Viewers ask if they can afford first homes, $1M+ High End homes, renovating their homes & decorating their homes in this special hour of Suze’s most popular segment.

06/26/10 -- CNSUZ062610 -- KEY TO WEALTH & HEALTH:
Why budgets & diets don’t work & what does. A woman on a strict budget is afraid her debt will come back. Viewers ask if they can afford a $2K handmade suit & trip to NYC, a $3K Hobie Kayak.

A new Best Calls You’ve Never Heard with questions from women, about women & their money issues. Viewers ask if they can afford a free-form pool, a new home for a newborn.

07/10/10 -- CNSUZ071010 -- STUDENT LOANS 101:
When to pay them off vs. when to stretch them out. A Veterinarian with over $100K student loans wants help with her financial anxiety. Viewers ask if they can afford a $30K/year Au Pair.

07/17/10 -- CNSUZ071710 -- LIGHTEN YOUR LOAD:
Are you sinking because your financial boat is too full?  A woman who used her house as an ATM faces tough decisions. Viewers ask if they can afford a Yamaha Guitar, Laser facial resurfacing treatments.

07/24/10 -- CNSUZ072410 -- SIX GREATEST WORDS:
How 6 words can help turn your financial life around. A retired Navy Pilot considers selling his military pension to get out of a financial hole. Suze takes on one of her most unusual Can I Afford It? Calls – from a Priest.

07/31/10 -- CNSUZ073110 -- CAR CRAZY!:
With the economy recovering, people are buying cars again. The Suze rules to follow if you are considering this big ticket item. A wife is fed up with her husband who won’t stop buying luxury cars. Viewers ask if they can afford a commuter unicycle, a $2K/year dog adoption.

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