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.
Original airings at 9 pm, 12 am and 4 am ET. All programming subject to change
7/28/07 - LENDING MONEY
The best ways to lend money so you get it back. A couple asks if one should lend the other money to get them out of debt. Plus viewers ask if they can afford a new kitchen, an engagement ring.
8/4/07 - APP-O-RAMA DRAMA
It's being touted on the internet as an easy way to make "free money." Suze deciphers the dollars and sense of it. Plus viewers ask if they can afford a puppy, a backyard remodel.
8/11/07 - "I WARNED YOU"
Suze said FICO would make some changes, now they are. A caller addicted to Ebay. Viewers ask if they can afford diamond earrings, laser hair removal.
8/18/07 - STUDENT LOAN JAM
What you need to know about student loans and a warning about private loans to anyone planning to take them.
8/25/07 - HOW TO FIND A FINANCIAL ADVISOR
Suze tells you what you need to know if you're looking for one. Plus viewers ask if they can afford a horse, a dining room set.
9/1/07 - PRIVATE OR PUBLIC?
A mother and daughter question whether it's better to take out loans to go to private college, or save and go to a state university.
9/8/07 - DON'T DEFAULT!
A chef gets burned by private loans and why defaulting on your student loan is the worst thing you can do. Also, viewers ask if they can afford doggie boot camp, an entertainment center.
9/15/07 - LET'S BOND!
The difference between bonds and bond funds & why Suze likes one over the other. Plus viewers ask if they can afford a bucking bull, a wedding invitation to Jamaica.
9/22/07 - INDEX INVESTING
The difference between an index mutual fund and an ETF & when you should buy one or the other. Plus viewers ask if they can afford a lake cottage, an emerald ring.
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