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December 12, 2019
On this edition of Ask Suze Anything, we’ll hear from Women and Money Listeners Terry, who shares a story about trusting a shady financial advisor; Lauren who shares her experience with NFCC.org and from Anonymous, who gets some very encouraging advice from Suze. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.  To take advantage of a special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to http://www.suzeorman.com/offer
December 8, 2019
On this episode, Suze shares three recent conversations she’s had with friends and family about their finances. These people should have asked for Suze’s advice, but didn’t and are paying for their mistakes. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.  To take advantage of a special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to http://www.suzeorman.com/offer
December 5, 2019
On this rapid fire edition of Ask Suze Anything, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners; Jaime, Norma, Danielle, Michelle, Cindy, Phil, Nicholas, Jacqueline, Mohammad, Lauren and Valerie. They ask: What is the best premium savings account I should open? Should I refinance my house or take a loan to pay off a store credit card with high interest? Should I aggressively pay off my mortgage or invest? Is it bad to close a store credit card that I owe nothing on and don’t use? Should I pay off my mortgage using my traditional IRA? Should I use my TSP to pay a loan? What is your opinion on investing in REITs? I keep paying interest on my home equity loan, but I’m not seeing any movement.  What else can I do? Should I take a $100k loan to pay for an internship program and live off of, while in the program? Should I refinance to get a lower interest rate on my student loan, or wait because I may get full forgiveness down the road? My company has eliminated 401(k) match.  Is it better to contribute to a ROTH or stay in the traditional 410(k) in the event my company reinstates the match? Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.  To take advantage of a special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to http://www.suzeorman.com/offer
December 1, 2019
On this episode, Suze responds to an email from Women & Money listener, “M”, who appears to have everything going the right way in her life and yet she still feels lost.  “M” asks for advice on finding a mentor and Suze explains the simple thing you need to do to find yours. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.  To take advantage of a special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to http://www.suzeorman.com/offer
November 28, 2019
How often do we give thanks for ourselves?  Are we grateful for who we are as individuals? On this special Thanksgiving Day episode of Women & Money, Suze shares the five things she is grateful for, about herself and encourages you to do the same.  Remember, self-worth equals net-worth. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.  To get the special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to http://www.suzeorman.com/offer
November 24, 2019
If money is not the key to happiness, then what is?  Do you have the confidence to attract money? Suze explores these questions while relating a story of a dear friend wrestling who thought having more money would solve his relationship issues. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
November 21, 2019
In response to an overwhelming number of you who asked, this edition of Ask Suze Anything is all about saving you money on Home and Auto Insurance. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts. To get the special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to http://www.suzeorman.com/offer
November 17, 2019
One of the main focuses of the Women and Money Podcast is shining the light on financial abuse.  In 2018, The National Domestic Abuse Hotline teamed up with Avon and asked Suze to speak with several survivors.   We have been releasing encore presentations of these conversations here and on this episode, we share Suze’s conversation with Ayanna.  If you are suffering abuse of any kind, you can visit the following resources: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
November 14, 2019
On this edition of Ask Suze Anything, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners; Dawn, Diana, Eric, Maria and Barbara.  They ask: Should I take a lump sum or monthly allotment from my teacher’s retirement fund, when I retire? Should I get a consolidation loan, get a home equity loan or restructure through a debt relief company to pay off my credit card debt? I recently beat cancer and have a lot of money saved.  Should I retire now, or keep working? Should I keep a ROTH with Insurance with a self described “Benefits Advisor” who doesn’t like when I ask questions? What do I do when my ex-husband has not removed my name from the mortgage on the home we used to share? Plus, Maurite shares a brief story about forced retirement. Links to things Suze mentions on this episode: To get the special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to http://www.suzeorman.com/offer NFCC.org Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
November 10, 2019
Why are we so afraid to talk with our family about our money?   Suze recently received an email from Women & Money listener, Jacquline, who feels in the dark about the financial shape of her parents in-law.  After reading Jacquline’s email, Suze got fired up, dashed off to her Podcast studio and we have today’s thought provoking episode. Links to things Suze Mentions on this episode: Season 1 / Episode 8  - 8 Equalities to Create a Life of Wealth Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
November 7, 2019
On this Rapid Fire Ask Suze Anything episode, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners; Annun, Sonja, Annie, Nicole, Anonymous, Tara, Maureen, Justin and Chelsea. They ask: What are your thoughts on gold and silver IRA’s? Should I wait until I am older than 62 to draw from my Social Security? I own the home my partner and I share.  We are not married, so what is the best way for me to leave it to him, should I die?  Should we take a loan against our 410(k) or get a loan to pay off our credit card debit? What do you do when the relative you co-signed a loan for, stops repaying it?  Can I contribute the maximum amount to multiple IRAs and get my company to match each? What is the purpose of rebalancing my 403(b)? What are your thoughts on placing dividends from MLPs and REITs into IRAs? I’m getting a divorce, should my soon-to-be ex and I pay off our credit cards in full and close them before we finalize the divorce? Links to things Suze mentions on this episode: To get the special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to http://www.suzeorman.com/offer NFCC.org Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
November 3, 2019
One of the main focuses of the Women and Money Podcast is shining the light on financial abuse.  In 2018, The National Domestic Abuse Hotline teamed up with Avon and asked Suze to speak with several survivors.   We have been releasing encore presentations of these conversations, and on this episode, we share Suze’s conversation with Vikki-May.  If you are suffering abuse of any kind,  you can visit the following resources: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
October 31, 2019
Suze shakes things up a little bit on this edition of Ask Suze Anything.  Today, she shares four emails from Women and Money listeners that she found profound.  You’ll hear stories from Jessica, Robin, Monika and Anonymous. Links to things Suze mentions on this episode: Episode 83 of Women & Money  Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
October 27, 2019
Pride.  In the wrong setting, too much pride can ruin us. In this episode, Suze shares three stories about how pride lead to severe financial set-backs for people in her life. Links to things Suze mentions on this episode: Attend a live taping of Suze’s 9 Steps To Financial Independence class in Santa Monica, CA on November 10, 2019. https://www.hayhouse.com/events/9-steps-to-financial-independence The Richest Man in Babylon Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.    Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
October 24, 2019
On this Ask Suze Anything episode, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners; Brenda, Kara E, Tiffany, Nikki, R.C., Cindy, and Gladys. They ask: Should I cash out my 401(k) from an old job and pay down my HELOC? How do I transfer my previous contributions to my ROTH 401(k)? What is the best way to save for an eight month emergency fund? My husband’s bank “made” me close my personal accounts and combine with my husband.  I am concerned that if after he leaves me, how can I afford to start over? How can I avoid paying short and long term capital gains tax on standard equity trades? Can you give me a step-by-step beginners guide to investing? Can I really expect $6,000 a month for healthcare in retirement? The online calculator I used tells me this is the case. I am close to paying off my mortgage and have no debt.  How can I accelerate saving for retirement? Links to things Suze mentions on this episode: Attend a live taping of Suze’s 9 Steps To Financial Freedom in Santa Monica, CA on November 10, 2019. https://www.hayhouse.com/events/9-steps-to-financial-independence Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
October 20, 2019
Belonging and being accepted is a key to financial success. Just back from a trip to Washington, D.C., Suze talks about belonging and how in order to be successful, you have to be proud of who you are.  You have to work in and for places that accept the real you.  Once you have that inner and outward acceptance you can achieve greatness. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
October 17, 2019
On this Ask Suze Anything episode, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners; Tiffany, Chris, Nancy, Pamela, Kim, Mary and Ann. They ask: How do you love doing something you really hate? How do people live, buy cars and save for retirement while they are paying down debt? What are your thoughts on financial advisors who abuse their clients, and do does one avoid that abuse from happening? What do you do with a car that has multiple recalls? What advice do you have regarding the best term life insurance policy? I’m doing a 401(k) rollover to an IRA, when and how should I convert to a ROTH IRA? How do you start over after divorcing a financially abusive husband, when I don’t have much after the divorce? Links to things Suze mentions on this episode: Listen to Episode 75 for the explanation about loving every experience NFCC.org Selectquote.com Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
October 13, 2019
True words of wealth are honest words.   Suze explains why, by sharing an email from a Women & Money listener who at 46 years old has just started to save for retirement, has debt and has begun a financial coaching business. Go back and listen to Episode 18, where Suze shares her origin story. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
October 10, 2019
On this Ask Suze Anything episode, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners; “Nameless One”, Jamie, Allie, Kristen, Jessica, Esther, Tori and Angelina They ask: How do I keep an account a secret from a live-in boyfriend? Should I use my UTMA or take out a private loan to put my daughter through college? Should I quit my job, so I can focus on getting my Masters of Social Work? Is NFCC a reputable organization and will it negatively affect my credit score? Should I take the money I have from an old 410(k) and put it into a ROTH IRA? Can I have capital to start my business? Should I focus on paying off my HELOC loan and put saving for retirement on the back burner? How can I make sure my birds are properly cared for after I die? To get the special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to https://www.suzeorman.com/offer Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
October 6, 2019
One of the main focuses of the Women and Money Podcast is shining the light on financial abuse.  About a year ago, The National Domestic Abuse Hotline teamed up with Avon and asked Suze to speak with several survivors.   We have been releasing encore presentations of these conversations here and today’s is with Lisselot.  If you are suffering abuse of any kind,  you can visit the following resources: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
October 3, 2019
Are your finances a family affair?  Do you have the right perspective when it comes to caring for your parents in their old age?  On this Ask Suze Anything episode, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners; Marisol, Shanna, LT and Lauren. They ask: Can I use my HSA (Health Savings Account) to pay for my mother’s nursing home bills? My In-laws are not saving for retirement and expect my husband and I to support them if they need it.  What should I do? I am retired with a good retirement income and I help other family members, but I want to buy my daughter a house, how can I save for that? My mother is unemployed, living on what’s left of her 401(k) and won’t get a new job, even though she is healthy enough to.  Should I support her financially? Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
September 29, 2019
What is the great destructor of all?   On this episode, Suze gives us an update on the help she’s been offering Women & Money listeners, A.T. and Brenda, to get out of their abusive relationships.  She outlines what perspective you need to change in order to embrace what you’re going through and how that can be a force for good in your life. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
September 26, 2019
Fall is finally here, which means Suze gets asked about paying for college.  On this Ask Suze Anything episode, we get questions about financing education from Women & Money listeners; Amy, Alyssa, Pat, Don, Samantha and Raynes. They ask: What do you do with a 529 College Plan that still has money in it, when you don’t need to pay for college anymore? Should I save for retirement or my kids’ college education? Should we consider a private loan, like Sallie Mae? Should a 24 year old aggressively save for retirement when they have credit card debt and a deferred student loan? Should I give my daughter my SS number and bank account information, or just the state of the family’s finances? Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
September 22, 2019
Don’t be a financial wimp!  On this episode, Suze tells us about a heartbreaking exchange she had with Women & Money listener Brenda, who was in danger of losing her home after a bad break-up. If this type of situation has happened to you, or you know someone in a similar situation, then please share this episode - it could exactly what they need to stay in control! Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
September 19, 2019
On this Ask Suze Anything episode, Suze talks about mistakes you can’t afford to make.  She answers questions from Women & Money listeners; Sarah, Jill, Joann, Menni and Gavadis. They ask: Is it bette to have your parent’s home left to you on the title or in a living revocable trust? What is an ideal expense ratio for exchange traded funds and mutual funds? What is the best way to save money that you pull from your 401(k) when you leave your employer? How does one close multiple paid off credit cards without negatively effecting your FICO score? How do I avoid a tax disaster when I need to use my TSP to pay for my child’s college education? Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
September 15, 2019
On this episode, Suze talks about the “money mind.”  What are the three simple steps you need to do in order to live within your means? How can you make positive choices, so that you can be secure in your retirement and live a financially independent life? Suze walks us through it all and answers a particular poignant question from Women & Money listener Amber. If you would like to contribute to the relief effort in the Bahamas, you can go to https://flytropic.com/hurricane-dorian Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
September 12, 2019
On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze gives us an update on how she and KT faired during Hurricane Dorian.  Then, she answers questions from Women & Money listeners: Tiffany, Liz and Erica. They ask: How do you save for retirement when your employer doesn’t do matching contributions to your 401(k)? If my company doesn’t offer matching ROTH (401)k’s, am I better off funding my own ROTH IRA? Should you fund your own ROTH IRA when your company doesn’t offer a matching ROTH 401(k)? If you would like to contribute to the relief effort in the Bahamas, you can go to https://flytropic.com/hurricane-dorian Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
September 8, 2019
One of the main focuses of the Women and Money Podcast is shining the light on financial abuse.  About a year ago, The National Domestic Abuse Hotline teamed up with Avon and asked Suze to speak with several survivors.   We have been releasing encore presentations of these conversations here and today’s is with Tiffany.  If you are suffering abuse of any kind,  you can visit the following resources: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse *SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT* - On September 29 at 1am east coast, Suze will host a special LIVE Ask Suze Anything on HSN.  You can be a part of that experience now, by getting your question in early and emailing AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  If she chooses your question, you’ll have the opportunity to talk to her, live on TV!   Please make sure you put "HSN" in the subject line of your email. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
September 5, 2019
Suze recorded this very special Ask Suze Anything, as she was preparing to evacuate her home for Hurricane Dorian.  On this episode, she shares with you her story about trusting her instinct while getting ready for the storm.   Remember to always prepare for the worst, and hope for the best. *SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT* - On September 29 at 1am east coast, Suze will host a special LIVE Ask Suze Anything on HSN.  You can be a part of that experience now, by getting your question in early and emailing AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  If she chooses your question, you’ll have the opportunity to talk to her, live on TV!   Please make sure you put "HSN" in the subject line of your email. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
September 1, 2019
When interest rates drop, you may want to refinance your mortgage so you can pay off your other debt faster.  Should you do a 15 year or a 30 year mortgage?  How much should closing costs factor into your decision to refinance? There are so many questions, that you may feel overwhelmed. Don’t worry! Suze is here to help guide you through what you need to know to avoid the pitfalls. *SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT* - On September 29 at 1am east coast, Suze will host a special LIVE Ask Suze Anything on HSN.  You can be a part of that experience now, by getting your question in early and emailing AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  If she chooses your question, you’ll have the opportunity to talk to her, live on TV!   Please make sure you put "HSN" in the subject line of your email. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
August 29, 2019
On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners: Robin, Claudia, Jonathan, Irene and Alexis. They ask: Is whole life insurance a good investment, or should one continue to save to buy a home? What are the financial obligations for a separated spouse, when one partner dies and there was no formal divorce? Should you cash in savings and a 401(k) to buy a condo, when one partner has just quit his job? When is the right time period to convert to a ROTH IRA? How does one convert their ROTH IRA into a living revocable trust? *SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT* - On September 29 at 1am east coast, Suze will host a special LIVE Ask Suze Anything on HSN.  You can be a part of that experience now, by getting your question in early and emailing AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  If she chooses your question, you’ll have the opportunity to talk to her, live on TV!   Please make sure you put "HSN" in the subject line of your email. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
August 25, 2019
One of the main focuses of the Women and Money Podcast is shining the light on financial abuse.  About a year ago, The National Domestic Abuse Hotline teamed up with Avon and asked Suze to speak with several survivors.   Recently, we presented some of those conversations here on the Women and Money Podcast.  Today’s is with Leslie.  If you are suffering abuse of any kind,  you can visit the following resources: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
August 22, 2019
On this very special episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze asks you the key question you need to answer to become that which you want to become.   *SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT* - On September 29 at 1am east coast, Suze will host a special LIVE Ask Suze Anything on HSN.  You can be a part of that experience now, by getting your question in early and emailing  AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  If she chooses your question, you’ll have the opportunity to talk to her, live on TV!   Please make sure you put "HSN" in the subject line of your email.Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
August 18, 2019
The markets are going up, the markets are going down.  Should you stay in, should you get out? Is there a recession coming? What is this inverted yield curve I keep hearing about on the news?   Stay calm!  On today’s episode, Suze explains everything in a way you can actually understand it. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
August 15, 2019
On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners: Lin, Lonnie, Vicky, S.G. and Kelli They ask: What are the circumstances that allow me to be entitled to my ex-husband’s Social Security? What are the advantages of a Dental Savings Plan? Are annuities good retirement income? How much should I save in my 401(k) and what else should I do, to save for retirement? What is the best debt relief program? Plus, Suze goes deep on why saving as much as you can now, is so very important.  Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
August 11, 2019
One of the main focuses of the Women and Money Podcast is shining the light on financial abuse.  Last year, The National Domestic Abuse Hotline teamed up with Avon and asked Suze to speak with several survivors.   Over the next few Sundays, we will present these conversations here on the Women and Money Podcast.  Today’s is with Rhonda.  If you are suffering abuse of any kind,  you can visit the following resources: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.​
August 8, 2019
On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners: DeVon, Maria, Tanneys, Connie and Kelly They ask: I need advice about savings accounts for a disabled family member who is on Social Security. Should I contribute more to my emergency fund or pay down debt first? Should I have an HSA to aid in my retirement savings? Is it better for me and my spouse to keep individual IRAs or can we get a joint one? When is a Whole Life Insurance policy a good idea? Plus, Suze talks about the volatility of the Stock Market.  Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
August 4, 2019
Many of you are still writing in and asking about Roth IRAs.  On this episode, Suze does another mini "Suze School" about ROTH IRAs and the mistakes you need to avoid.  Get a pen and paper ready, take notes and pay attention, so your retirement can be solid.  Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
August 1, 2019
On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners: Danna, Roxanne, Cassandra, Jamie and a man smart enough to listen, Glenn,  They ask: I have Stage 4 Cancer, should I pay down my debts or focus on spending more time with my family? I am financially independent, but my husband has no regard for money.  What should I do to protect my children if something happens to me? Should we pay the bills we have in collections first or the other bills we have? We have some debt and no emergency fund.  Should we buy a house? Should we use the equity in our home to pay for our children’s college education? Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
July 28, 2019
On this episode of the Women & Money Podcast, we go to a mini Suze School on the best type of of financial advisors to look for and what you should stay away from. Remember, to trust your gut!  If something feels off to you, don’t take their advice. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
July 25, 2019
On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners, Nikki, Paola, Heather, Ellen and Deja They ask: Should you keep your emergency fund in a Roth IRA versus a traditional savings account? Are annuities better investments than an IRA? After the loss of a spouse at a young age, how can you get out of debt? Should you get a reverse mortgage for income later in life? Should you believe those get rich quick books that push owning tons of real estate? Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by telling your friends and giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
July 21, 2019
On this episode of the Women & Money Podcast, Suze explains how anger is part of what holds us back in life and of course, financially. To help us each be successful, Suze shares the five laws of life.  Remember, we substitute “money” for “life!" Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
July 18, 2019
On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners, Katie. Toni, Rose, Donna, Terry and Edie They ask: Is 47 years or age too old to start building your retirement savings? Do I have enough money to start a new business? Where is the best place to store my “must have"documents? Should I put more into savings vs. paying down the principle on my mortgage? Should I be with someone who doesn’t have a day job, but is chasing “the next big thing?" Should I invest in bitcoin and pot stocks? Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Don’t have a Will or Trust yet? Get Suze’s Must Have Document program for a special price only for podcast listeners, visitwww.suzeorman.com/offer. Protect yourself, your family and your assets, all while saving thousands of dollars in lawyer fees!  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating on Apple Podcasts.
July 14, 2019
On this episode, Suze School is in session and the lesson plan includes what you need to know about planning for retirement.  Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
July 11, 2019
On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money (and the men smart enough to pay attention) listeners, Nicholas, Shaylee, Amanda and more. They ask: Is it better to pay off my student loan debt and not fund my ROTH IRA, or do both? If my spouse borrowed against his 401(k) and does not re-pay the loan, will I be on the hook? Should I pay off my mortgage, even though this might not be my “forever home?" How do I help a parent who is bad at money management and taking advantage of  family and friends? Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
July 7, 2019
On this special episode of Women and Money, Suze introduces you to a very special person: her spouse KT!  Suze and KT share how they live together and make their financial decisions.  This is a must listen podcast for all of you in a relationship. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
July 4, 2019
On this special July 4 Episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money (and the men smart enough to pay attention) listeners, Joe, Kathy, Gina and Danielle. They ask: What is the right way to help contribute to a grandchild’s college education? Should you be paranoid about the stock market? Do you really need a revocable trust? Is taking a loan from your 401(k) a good idea? Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating. Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating. Don’t have a Will or Trust yet? Get Suze’s Must Have Document program for a special price only for podcast listeners, visitwww.suzeorman.com/offer. Protect yourself, your family and your assets, all while saving thousands of dollars in lawyer fees!
June 30, 2019
Where did your faith go?  On this Episode of Women and Money, Suze talks about the costs of losing faith in yourself, in your strength and in your wisdom. Listen as Suze shares her story about hitting the bottom, and having the faith to find the lessons in the circumstances, to rise up and become stronger and even more successful. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast [AT] gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
June 27, 2019
Too many of you have given up hope, so on this Ask Suze Anything episode, Suze shares emails from Women and Money listeners Carol, Renee and A.T. about their success.  These are three unique and inspiring stories about women who took charge of their lives and made positive changes, one small step at a time. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
June 23, 2019
On this Episode of Women and Money, Suze shares addresses special concerns from two nurses, Denise and Turquoise, who were misled into investing in an insurance policy. If you don’t stand up and ask the right questions, you could get ripped off too!  Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
June 20, 2019
On this Ask Suze Anything episode, we get questions from Women & Money listeners Lisa, Kristie, Sad & Mad and Carrie.  They ask about being afraid to spend money, even though things appear “fine,” advising parents in their 70s when the bank wants them to continue to invest, and after a divorce: should you refinance your home and pull from your 401k? Pay careful attention to the questions, because Suze asks how you would answer! Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
June 16, 2019
There is no shame or blame big enough to keep you from being who you are meant to be.  Very powerful words for sure and on this episode of Women and Money, Suze talks about how you can start over after being out of work for many years. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
June 13, 2019
On this As Suze Anything episode, we get questions from Shelly, Jackie, Martha, Frannie, Jane and Alestra.  These Women & Money listeners ask about: maintaining financial independence in marriage, selling and buying a home for the right reasons, and should you leave a job you love, just because someone else thinks you can do better. Plus, “Can I Afford It: European Vacation Edition. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com.  Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
June 9, 2019
On this Episode of Women and Money, Suze shares an email from podcast listener Natalie, who describes her heartbreaking experience with financial abuse. How do we get the 3 out of 4 women who are not financially abused to help the 1 out of 4 who are?  What can you do to help? Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating. Don’t have a Will or Trust yet? Get Suze’s Must Have Document program for a special price only for podcast listeners, visitwww.suzeorman.com/offer. Protect yourself, your family and your assets, all while saving thousands of dollars in lawyer fees!
June 6, 2019
On this As Suze Anything episode, we get questions from Eleanor, Lauren, Kelly, Polly, Don, Mary, Janis and Christine.  These Women & Money listeners ask about debt consolidation loans, inheritance, insurance, using trusts to avoid probate, being honest with your friends about your financial status, providing for elder-care, and trusting a financial advisor.  Plus, you’ll hear from one listener about a new empowering meaning of the word D-I-V-O-R-C-E. In honor of Suze’s Birthday, she has a gift for YOU and your 5 to 7 years olds.  Click here by June 7, 2019 and you can download Suze's Billy & Penny E Book for free.   Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com.   Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating. Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating. Don’t have a Will or Trust yet? Get Suze’s Must Have Document program for a special price only for podcast listeners, visitwww.suzeorman.com/offer. Protect yourself, your family and your assets, all while saving thousands of dollars in lawyer fees!
June 2, 2019
On this Episode of Women and Money, Suze describes the 5 mistakes you need to avoid when dealing with a financial advisor and delves into the topic how your mind makes you poor.  A must listen too.  In honor of Suze’s Birthday, she has a gift for YOU and your 5 to 7 years olds.  Click here between June 2 and 7, 2019 and you can download Suze's Billy & Penny E Book for free.
May 30, 2019
On this Ask Suze Anything episode, we get questions from Sharon, Jennifer, Regina, Sherry and Diane.  These Women & Money listeners ask about: co-signing loans, getting a credit card to improve a FICO Score, shortening the length of a mortgage, setting up trusts and how to rebuild financially after a divorce. To get the special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to http://www.suzeorman.com/offer Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
May 26, 2019
On this Memorial Day Weekend, Suze offers a priceless message of gratitude and a new way to think about the money that you inherit as well as the money that one day will be inherited from you.   To get the special offer for The Must Have Docs please go to http://www.suzeorman.com/offer  For more info on The Must Have Docs listen to episodes 11 and 12 “Your Future Is In Your Hands”  Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember, during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
May 23, 2019
On this As Suze Anything episode, we get questions from Jackie, Lana B, Miranda, Carol, Janine, Robin, Betty and Krista.  These Women & Money listeners ask about Investing in the Stock Market, Whole Life Insurance, Trusts (revocable, irrevocable, and living), refinancing to pay off debt, knowing about your partner’s financial status and financial advisors who push front end load mutual funds. Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. Help spread the word about the Women & Money podcast by giving a star rating. Just scroll down to the bottom of the Women & Money podcast page on the App you listen on, and you’ll see where you can leave a review and a star rating.
May 19, 2019
On today’s podcast, Suze shares with you the book that set her on the path to financial freedom.  Now, this book was not written by Suze and it has an interesting title, so sit back and join her on that journey. Get the book Suze talks about, here.  Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.
May 16, 2019
This episode of Ask Suze Anything is dedicated to information about retirement accounts, as Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners: Kayla, Janeece, Krissy, Ashleigh, Jackelyn, Letty and Lynn. Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify.Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.
May 12, 2019
On this special Mother’s Day episode, Suze shares a very personal letter she wrote to her mother.  In order for you to be a strong, smart and secure woman, you also have to stand in your truth.  We hope this podcast will inspire you to do just that. Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.
May 9, 2019
On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, we hear updates from two Women and Money listeners, plus Suze offers advice to Julia, Judy, Terry and Chris. Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.
May 5, 2019
…Is the Easiest Thing To Forget. On this episode, Suze shares a story from a woman who suffered a brain aneurism and woke up, thinking her life was great.  As she regained her health and strength, she began to remember why things weren’t so good to start with. Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.
May 2, 2019
Suze mixes it up today and let’s you in on why she is so passionate about the advice she gives you.   Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify.Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com or call the Women and Money voice line at 1-877-545-SUZE (7893). Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.
April 28, 2019
On this episode of Women & Money, Suze gives you everything you need to know about credit cards.  You’ll learn what a FICO score is, what you ideal score should be and now to improve it.  What happens to your credit when you get divorced?  Suze explains all.   Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify.   Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.
April 25, 2019
On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, we hear a heart warming story about the man who helped Suze get started on her path and a great anecdote about Suze’s father.  Suze answers questions from Women and Money listeners: Callie, Robert, Pam, Martha and more.  They ask questions about having children on a limited income, internet scams, debt collectors, ROTH IRA’s, and the importance of reconciling with family. Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.
April 21, 2019
“Don’t be a rabbit…”  For this Easter 2019 episode of the podcast, Suze shares a great story of how distractions pull you away from your goals and how you may be a distraction to others. Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.
April 18, 2019
“Don’t live a life of regret. Don’t Live a life of anger.” On this episode of Ask Suze Anything, we hear from Cali, Crystal, Rene, Jodie, Robin.  The ask questions about pensions, life insurance, caring for young adult children after divorce and you’ll hear a touching story of rising up from the shackles of financial abuse from listener, Shree. Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. Be a part of Ask Suze Anything by writing an email or sending a voice memo to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com
April 14, 2019
“Sometimes helping is hurting and sometimes hurting is helping…” On this podcast, Suze shares her tears and heartfelt confusion about financial suffering. She tells a very moving story about a call she had with Women & Money listener, Lisa.   Without a doubt this episode has a very priceless lesson we all need to learn.  Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. If you have questions after listening to the show, reach out at AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com
April 11, 2019
For today’s Ask Suze Anything, we present the question and answer part of Suze’s appearance at the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, NY, as part of the Women of The World Festival on March 16, 2019. As a special gift to the Women & Money Podcast listeners, Suze is giving you her online Personal Financial course.  Here’s how to access, go to SuzeU.com and use the code “Apollo” Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. If you have questions after listening to the show, reach out at AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com
April 7, 2019
“When you feel less than, you spend more than…" Today we present a very special episode.  On March 16, 2019 Suze appeared at the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, as part of the Women of The World Festival. On this podcast, you will hear a condensed version of Suze’s talk and learn more about her amazing origin story. Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. If you have questions after listening to the show, reach out at AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com
April 4, 2019
On this week’s "Ask Suze Anything," Suze wants you to get things right!  You’ll hear a great story about Suze’s conversation with then President Obama and the answers to questions from Jessie, Maria and Jamel.  Get the song “Together We Will Rise” by Effie on Spotify. If you have questions after listening to the show, reach out at AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com
March 31, 2019
“Sometimes we lose that which we need to lose, in order to become that which we are meant to be.” In this episode, Suze talks about her recent one woman show at the Apollo Theater in New York City and reflects on a question she received from the audience.  “Don’t be in a rush to be be poor…” Suze explains.  How will you know if you can afford to buy a home?  What is wrong with not owning a home?  The answer may surprise you! If you have questions after listening to the show, reach out at AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com
March 28, 2019
On this week’s "Ask Suze Anything," Suze answers questions from Mary Jane, Kari, Linda, Donna, Ann and a very special listener in need. Do you know your knowns vs. unknowns?  Will a ROTH IRA help with your taxes now?  Should you get that pool? If you are suffering abuse of any kind, you can visit the following resources to get help: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse If you have questions after listening to the show, reach out at AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com
March 24, 2019
What are your obstacles to wealth?  What are the gatekeepers to wealth? In today’s episode, Suze tells the story of a women she attempted to help.  You’ll hear what happens when fear, and lack of respect run your decision making process. You can Ask Suze Anything by emailing AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Listen to the New Women and Money theme song, “Together We Will Rise” by Effie here.
March 21, 2019
In this “Ask Suze Anything” episode, Suze responds to great questions from Star, Melissa, Julie, Danna, Meg and Ashley. She covers getting out of a potential financially abusive relationship, talking care of your parents, investing in your retirement and more! You can Ask Suze Anything by emailing AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Listen to the New Women and Money theme song, “Together We Will Rise” by Effie here.
March 17, 2019
What do you think the six most valuable words in life are?  How do they relate to Women and Money?  On this episode, Suze shares a personal story about learning from particular life experiences. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com, remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. If you like the Women & Money theme song by Effie, you can get it here.
March 14, 2019
On this special episode of Women and Money, we do what is called a “Cross-Pod” episode.  Tim Sinclair, the CEO of Ringr, has a podcast called “Also Humans, ” and he interviewed Suze on a recent show.    In this riveting conversation, you’ll hear how Suze started her career, pivoting from wanting to open a restaurant to becoming the world’s most influential money expert.  Plus, you’ll learn who her soon to be famous, sort of roommate was in college! You can get new episodes of Also Humans at https://www.alsohumans.com/ Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com, remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. If you like the Women & Money theme song by Effie, you can get it here.
March 10, 2019
“Women hold up the entire sky.” In this episode, Suze celebrates International Women’s Day. Listen for a powerful story about the need to stand up for and respect yourself.  Remember, not only should you respect yourself, you should also stand up for and respect your money. Click here to watch the video of Aretha Franklin singing Tena Clark’s song “Stand Up For Yourself.   Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. If you like the Women & Money theme song by Effie, you can get it here.
March 7, 2019
This Episode of Ask Suze Anything is all about ROTH IRAs.  You all asked great questions and Suze tells you everything you'll need to make the best choices in opening and funding your ROTH IRAs. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze Anything episodes, Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast. You can still register to see Suze live at the Apollo Theater in New York City on March 16.  Get tickets and details here. If you like the Women & Money theme song by Effie, you can get it here.
March 3, 2019
“It is far better to do nothing than something you don’t understand.”  Hey Girlfriends - this is a MUST LISTEN to episode about the laws of money. And one you’ll want to have pen and paper ready to go.  You’ve all heard about the laws of money — but in this episode you’ll get Suze’s top tips that you can use in any area of your life . . .  especially when it comes to decisions about your money.   Suze tells a funny story on how she learned to trust her gut as a financial advisor. What she did may or may not surprise you. But the reactions of the others most certainly will.  Share your story with us after listening to the show. Reach out to AskSuzePodcast @gmail.com. Remember during Ask Suze episodes Suze may pick your question to answer on the podcast.  You can still register to see Suze live at the Apollo Theater in New York City on March 16.  Get tickets and details here.
February 28, 2019
In this “Ask Suze Anything Episode”, Suze responds to great questions from Patricia, Tammy, Logan, Jackie, Jill, Donna and Aidy.  She covers student loans, personal loans, how to plan for retirement from the Military, inheritance, trusts and the importance of making the right estimates on your taxes if you are self employed. You can Ask Suze Anything by emailing AskSuzePodcast (at)  gmail.com
February 24, 2019
In this Episode, Suze reads a very moving story about a woman who was in an abusive relationship, and did not realize it.   You'll hear how the use of Twitter was used for good and helped to free her.   If you are suffering abuse of any kind, you can visit the following resources to get help: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse If you have questions after listening to the show , reach out at AskSuzePodcast (at)  gmail.com .
February 21, 2019
In this episode, Suze responds to your questions about her last episode.  We’ll hear from listeners; Jaime, Tanya, Sissy and Brian.  If you have questions after listening to the show , reach out at AskSuzePodcast (at)  gmail.com . Get Suze’s Must Have Documents for a special price only for podcast listeners, visit www.suzeorman.com/offer. Protect yourself, your family and your assets, all while saving thousands of dollars in lawyer fees!
February 17, 2019
In this episode Suze tells a fascinating real life story about choosing death over life and how your life is really in your owns hands  If you have questions after listening to the show , reach out at AskSuzePodcast (at)  gmail.com. Get Suze’s Must Have Documents for a special price only for podcast listeners, visit www.suzeorman.com/offer. Protect yourself, your family and your assets, all while saving thousands of dollars in lawyer fees!
February 14, 2019
This episode includes a special Valentine from Suze.  You’ll hear a very personal story about why it’s important to do what’s right for you, so you can have the strength to help other people.
February 10, 2019
Over the last two episodes, Suze explored Financial Abuse.  In this very special episode, you’ll hear a very candid and emotional conversation between Suze and her friend Sarah.  You may have had a similar reaction to the last two shows, especially in how to deal with helping someone who may be a victim of this type of abuse. If you are suffering abuse of any kind, you can visit the following resources to get help: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse
February 7, 2019
In this episode, Suze shares correspondence she had with two financially abused women.  You'll the heartbreaking story of a wife whose husband not only cheated, but lost all their money as a result of a scam. If you are suffering abuse of any kind, you can visit the following resources to get help: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse
February 3, 2019
In this episode, Suze tells a powerful and heartbreaking story of a women she met on vacation and how this woman lost everything as a result of financial abuse. If you are suffering abuse of any kind,  you can visit the following resources: The National Domestic Violence Hotline Purple Purse
January 31, 2019
In this episode Suze shares her personal feelings about her own investments.  Suze then answers questions from our community, covering topics like; stock market volatility, how long should you wait out the market, converting to ROTH IRAs, what to do about a 401k balance that appears to be falling and so much more!
January 27, 2019
On today’s podcast, Suze wants to have a conversation on the stock market.  With the latest period of ups and downs the markets, Suze’s inbox has been full of questions asking for advice on when to know if you should stay in the market vs. when you should get out.  In a classic Suze response, she reminds us that fear is one of the three biggest obstacles to wealth and offers critical advice to help you determine the right mix of investments regardless of whether the markets are behaving as they are right now.
January 24, 2019
Suze goes further to explore the power of finding the combination of financial independence and financial freedom by answering listener questions.  You can be part of the conversation by leaving a message at  1-877-545-SUZE (7893).
January 20, 2019
While wahoo fishing a few weeks back, Suze had a revelation. What she realized is that financial freedom can no longer be the only goal. This week, Suze explores the power of finding the combination of financial independence and financial freedom. She invites you to join her in the FIFF movement on your way reaching the real goal of having money, and that is to be secure.
January 17, 2019
For Part Two of Broke No More, Suze takes her signature straight forward approach to answering questions and unpacks the bag on what it takes to stop being broken and start getting right with yourself, so you can get right with your money.
January 13, 2019
This is a special bonus episode especially for Federal Employees whose pay is effected by the governent shutdown.  Suze explains how you can access money you may not know is available to you, so you can pay your bills until the government re-opens and pay resumes.
January 13, 2019
This episode explores the true reasons you feel broke regardless of how much money you make. So if you feel broke all the time or you have felt broke in the past — this is the episode for you to kick-start your year and learn what it takes to stop feeling broke and start feeling secure.
January 6, 2019
Season 2 of Suze Orman's Women and Money starts January 13.  Listen to this special mini-episode to find out how you can be a part of the Podcast.
January 3, 2019
Suze delves into a form of abuse that often goes unnoticed: financial abuse. She examines the possible signs to look out for and what actions you can take to keep your financial stability from falling into the wrong hands. Later, Suze gets a very intimate look into the life of financial abuse survivor Shaundre and her journey towards re-establishing her financial freedom. For more information on abuse or help with an abusive situation, contact The National Domestic Violence Hotline by visiting www.thehotline.comor calling 1-800-799-SAFE(7233) — they are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
December 27, 2018
Dealing with personal debt is the most critical aspect of achieving a successful financial future. In a particularly hot Quick Fire session, Suze and Sarah examine the common mistakes people make when managing their debts from credit cards or looming student debts while providing the knowledge and strategies necessary to escape the bondage of debt in order to meet true financial freedom.
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