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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.

3/29/2014 -- CNSUZ032914 -- PROTECT YOUR MONEY

How old technology is putting you & your money at risk. A couple hopes to repair their debt damage & keep the home they love. Viewers ask if they can afford a Mustang convertible, an American Girl gym set.

4/5/2014 -- CNSUZ040514 -- GET THE RIGHT ADVICE

Avoid the minefields of bad financial advice. Suze follows up with a guest who put herself & her family in danger by giving her money away. Viewers ask if they can afford a trip to a Mensa convention, Lego Architecture Set.

4/12/2014 -- CNSUZ041214 -- DEFERRING TAXES

Should you be deferring your taxes now or is that a short-sighted move? A woman's life-long poor financial decisions finally catch up with her. Viewers ask if they can afford a stand-up paddle board, a bass clarinet.


An easy way to figure out when your investments will double, and why it will take so long these days. Frustration with her husband's bad financial decisions has a wife contemplating divorce. Viewers ask if they can afford a Tesla, a belated honeymoon.


Why you need to wake up from the American Dream of owning a home. A couple who has been in debt their entire lives need help climbing out. Viewers ask if they can afford a Teardrop trailer, a 3D printer.

5/3/2014 -- CNSUZ050314 -- STATE OF GRACE PERIODS

Student loan grace periods & why you should ignore them. A teacher living in an expensive city might be able to buy a steal of a home - but should she? Viewers ask if they can afford helping pay for a wedding, a BMX bike.

5/10/2014 -- CNSUZ051014 -- SECURING MOM'S FUTURE

Message to moms: even if you're not working, you can be saving for your retirement. A Suze Follow Up with a woman who was on in 2012 to mend a marriage in financial turmoil. Viewers ask if they can afford to upgrade a wedding ring, a $200 leather jacket.

5/17/2014 -- CNSUZ051714 -- COMMON MONEY MISTAKES

The money mistakes you make with your salary & retirement. Target date funds, insurance for babies & settling credit card debt. Viewers ask if they can afford an NHL fantasy game, a month in Australia & Fiji

5/24/2014 -- CNSUZ052414 -- ASK ME ANYTHING!

Tips on getting back in the stock market for those who pulled out in panic. Protecting credit after a divorce. Trying to change a spouse with bad money habits. Viewers ask if they can afford a Harley Davidson, a Russian river cruise

5/31/2014 -- CNSUZ053114 -- TAPPING HOME EQUITY

A warning if you're thinking of using a home equity line of credit again. A woman feels trapped by her debt. A young man asks how much to spend on an engagement ring when he makes $30K/year. Viewers ask if they can afford an RV motor home, in-ground pool.

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