Suze Orman declares this Fourth of July " Financial Independence Day." On Saturday, July 4th at 9PM & 12AM ET, CNBC's "The Suze Orman Show" presents a special military money edition to honor the men and women in America's Armed Forces.
In this special edition, Suze discusses freedom and independence when it comes to your money. Throughout the special, Suze takes questions from our troops in the U.S. and overseas as well as their families and focuses on topics like home ownership, saving for retirement in their TSP's (Thrift Savings Plan), re-enlistment bonuses, credit card debt, and keeping their money safe and sound. Plus, the special will feature an all-military "Can I Afford It?" segment.
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