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Take a priceless journey into your life and the life of your money with the most recognized personal finance expert in the world today.  Acclaimed for her revolutionary approach to money, Suze Orman has garnered millions of fans whose lives have been transformed by following her unique advice.  In about 30 minutes, you’ll learn how to go within yourself to see why you are doing without and that you cannot fix a financial problem with money. 

Suze brings over 40 years of experience to help you be more and therefore have more.   If you don’t have the money you want in your life, subscribe now to one of the most popular podcasts in America and find out why. The choice is up to you.

New episodes drop Sundays and Thursdays.

Join Suze’s free podcast Community by downloading the Women & Money App on the Apple App Store or Google Play, where you can search past episodes, ask Suze questions (that if chosen will be answered on the podcast) take classes and communicate with each other and possibly Suze herself.

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Take a priceless journey into your life and the life of your money with the most recognized personal finance expert in the world today.  Acclaimed for her revolutionary approach to money, Suze Orman has garnered millions of fans whose lives have been transformed by following her unique advice.  In about 30 minutes, you’ll learn how to go within yourself to see why you are doing without and that you cannot fix a financial problem with money. 

Suze brings over 40 years of experience to help you be more and therefore have more.   If you don’t have the money you want in your life, subscribe now to one of the most popular podcasts in America and find out why. The choice is up to you.

New episodes drop Sundays and Thursdays.

Join Suze’s free podcast Community by downloading the Women & Money App on the Apple App Store or Google Play, where you can search past episodes, ask Suze questions (that if chosen will be answered on the podcast) take classes and communicate with each other and possibly Suze herself.

    Ask Suze Anything: October 29, 2020

    Ask Suze Anything: October 29, 2020

    In this “Short & Sweet” edition of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners selected and read by KT. We hear from Susan, Erika, Erica, Alicia, Christina, Rosie, Tess, Jen, Anonymous, Julie, and Roth Confused.

    They ask:
    Should I invest money I received as a gift or put It into a high interest savings account?
    I co-signed a former friend’s car loan. That person defaulted and had the car repossessed. My credit is now negatively affected, what can I do?
    As a single mom, should I authorize my three-year-old daughter on my credit cards to help her build good credit?
    Can I still collect my deceased ex-husband’s social security?
    I opened a UMGA / UTMA account for my 17-year-old son. Was this the right account to open?
    How can I avoid paying capital gains tax on a home I own and rent out?
    Can you recommend a good ID theft insurance company?
    I am looking for some more clarity on how I should contribute to a Roth IRA.
    Should I continue to give to charity while I am paying down my credit cards?
    Why do you recommend waiting four to five months before funding a back-door Roth IRA?
    Can you explain what the five-year Roth rule is?  

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    Special Best Of: Keeping Good Company

    Special Best Of: Keeping Good Company

    There is a storm affecting Suze’s ability to send her podcast today. Suze presents this special "Best Of" from November 1, 2018, where she and Sarah ask and answer the question: how critical is it to surround yourself with people that are responsible with money? Also, Suze speaks with Antoinette, who is dating a man deep in debt with little income. She wants to know, should she stay or go?

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    Ask Suze Anything: October 22, 2020

    Ask Suze Anything: October 22, 2020

    In this edition of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners (as read by KT) Susan, Jenna, Megan & Brian, Aisha, Carol, Regina, Mihala, Marisha, Anonymous, and Lisa. 

    They ask:
    Where can someone find a place to rent and build one’s credit after filing for bankruptcy?
    What are your daily habits that made you who you are?
    Can my husband and I afford to buy a new rental property?
    Should my husband and I get term life insurance?
    If I divorce my husband, am I still entitled to his retirement annuity?
    I contributed more than the law will allow to my Roth IRA. What can I do?
    I’m the mother of two children and starting over at 41. Can you point me in the right direction on life insurance?
    All my credit is in derogatory status. What can I do to increase my credit score?
    I’m going through a divorce and need advice on separating finances. What advice do you have?
    I’m 61 and have been laid off three times in the last seven years. I’m ready to throw in the towel and just collect Social Security. Can you advise me?

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    Mistakes You Can’t Afford To Make With ROTH’s

    Mistakes You Can’t Afford To Make With ROTH’s

    In this episode, Suze takes us back to “Suze School” for a lesson on Roth IRAs and the tax ramifications of each account. Pay attention and listen again, for this is important information you need to know.

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    • 33 min
    Ask Suze Anything: October 15, 2020

    Ask Suze Anything: October 15, 2020

    In this edition of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners (as read by KT) Marcella, Mahala, Kelly Jo, Christi & Steve, the Boyers, Alana, Lori, Amy, and Nicole. 

    They ask:
    What advice do you have so I can get a raise at work?
    What type of term insurance should I get?
    What are the financial benefits of being married?
    Can we have an emergency fund in a Roth IRA?
    We’re three years away from retirement, should we convert some of our traditional IRA to Roth IRAs?
    My mother is 68 and has a whole life policy, should she change it to a term policy?
    Is it a good idea to continue paying my fiance rent on the home we live in but he owns after we get married, especially if my name does not go on the title?
    Should I have more Parent Plus loans or dip into my TSP to help pay for college education for my children?
    Should my husband take his early retirement as an annuity or a lump sum?

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    • 33 min
    It’s Time To Pivot

    It’s Time To Pivot

    In this episode, Suze takes us back to “Suze School” for a lesson about why it’s time to pivot. We need to make sure that we’re making the right investments. Are life insurance and real-estate the right choices? Listen now and find out.

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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
2.7K Ratings

2.7K Ratings

Kenyana ,

Thank you!

I have learned so much from Suze over the years! And implemented your advice along the road, my son is grateful too:))

Tablakyo ,

This is the best podcast!

I love Suze’s no nonsense and straight to the point advice. I have saved more money than I ever have in my life because of listening to this podcast and I also have a deeper understanding of finances and the spiritual principles of money as well. I highly recommend this podcast! 💗💗

Jenn Florida s ,

Common sense approach to investing

I work in the finance industry and enjoy listening to Suze. She has a common sense approach to personal finance that new and seasoned individuals and professionals can learn from. This podcast is a must for anyone interested in obtaining financial independence. Thank you Suze!! KT is awesome, would love to hear more from her.

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