CNBC U.S. Weekend The Suze Orman Show


  • Best calls: Lending your daughter money

    Carol in California asks Suze if she should lend her daughter $22,000 to pay off her student loans.

  • 1-on-One: Suze follow-up with DeVante

    DeVante returns to update Suze on the changes he's made since first appearing on the show in 2012 asking for help in curbing his spending and designer clothes addiction.

  • Can I Afford It? Dani

    Dani wants know if she can afford to add a $75,000 addition to her home to accommodate her growing family.

  • How Am I Doing? Joanne

    Joanne is 55-years old and got a late start saving for retirement. She wants to retire in seven years at the age of 62, and wonders if she's on track to meet her goals.

  • Home loan zone: HELOCs

    How home equity lines of credit work and why this is the worst time to take one out.

  • 1-on-One: Suze house call

    Tani, a newly divorced mother of three, with no money in retirement or savings, needs to get out of debt and create a secure future for her kids. She's come to Suze for a plan.

  • Can I Afford It? Geared unicycle

    James, who's 30, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $2,600 to buy a 36-inch geared unicycle.

  • Collection protection

    The rules you need to know if you're being harassed by debt collectors.

  • 1-on-One: Cheryl & Don house call

    Cheryl & Don have hit financial rock bottom. In their 50s with nothing to fall back on, they've come to Suze for a plan.

  • Can I Afford It? Home staging course

    Jody, who's 56, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $3,000 to take a course in staging a home.

  • Can I Afford It? New 'Vette

    Cheryl, who's 63, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $70,000 to buy a brand new 2015 Corvette Stingray.

  • Pre-2015 money moves

    What you need to do now with your money before the start of the New Year.

  • 1-on-One: Suze house call

    Teresa and Detlef live in Chicago and are in dire financial straits, living in a home that is literally falling down around them. They've come to Suze for a plan.

  • Entitlement attitude

    How your attitude about what you're entitled to can derail your financial future.

  • 1-on-One: Suze house call

    Tony and Joanna ask Suze if they should save for tomorrow or live for today. They want to retire sooner rather than later.

  • How am I doing? Diane

    Diane, who's 59, divorced and lives in Connecticut, wants to retire at 62 to adventure travel and spend time with friends and family. She asks Suze if she's on track to meet her goal?

  • Can I Afford It? Victory motorcycle

    Julian, who's 45, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $14,999 on a 2015 Victory Hammer 8-Ball motorcycle.

  • Can I Afford It? Mike

    Mike, who's 40, says he wants to give his fiancée the wedding of her dreams. He asks Suze if he can afford to spend $50,000 to do it.

  • How Am I Doing? Joe

    Joe, who's 52, single and living in New York, asks Suze if he's on track to retire at 67 and move to Italy, where he has dual citizenship.

  • Warning signs of financial infidelity

    The red flags to look for if you think you're being lied to about money. A wife discovers her husband has been lying about their money for years.

About Suze Orman Show

  • 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 Orman candidly tells her audience the truth about money so viewers can change the course of their financial destiny — to have more and be more. They will also gain Orman's insight on how to protect themselves financially, resulting in personal empowerment that's exemplified in their bank accounts.


  • Suze Orman

    Host of "The Suze Orman Show," Orman is a two-time Emmy Award-winning television host and an expert on personal finance.

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