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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.
5/24/08 - ANOTHER NEW BEST CALLS
How to say no to a family who taps you for money. A wife worried about her retirement. Starting an emergency fund when you live pay check to pay check.
5/31/08 - MAKING MORE OUT OF LESS
You don't need to make more money when you make more out of what you have. Viewers ask if they can afford Invisalign braces, a fur coat.
6/07/08 - WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
Lessons for all from this economic downturn. A couple struggles with a steep drop in salary. Viewers ask if they can afford a baby grand piano, designer jeans.
6/14/08 - VALUE YOUR HOME
Why many people should stop worrying about their home's value. An internet romance leads to a money mistake. Viewers ask if they can afford to swim with the dolphins, an enchantment ring.
6/21/08 - LOAN DANGERS
Don't let a balloon payment pop your dream of home ownership. Viewers ask if they can afford a fur parka, a wedding.
6/28/08 - GETTING OUT OF CREDIT CARD DEBT
Your minimum payment percentage could determine success or failure. Viewers ask if they can afford a quilting machine, an artisan bread class.
7/05/08 - TAPPING YOUR 401(k) FOR EMERGENCY
Don't miss this if the credit crunch has you eyeing your retirement funds. Viewers ask if they can afford tickets to the Superbowl, a Cartier watch.
7/12/08 - YOUR FINANCIAL SAFETY GUIDE
What you should and shouldn't be doing in these tough economic times. Viewers ask if they can afford a Jigsaw puzzle, Bon Jovi tickets.
7/26/08 - HIDDEN DANGERS
What small investors should look for so they don't lose more than they can make. Viewers ask if they can afford a $360k Picasso print, a Chanel Handbag.
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