On today’s podcast, Suze explains why the rising inflation rates means we have to be more careful with our spending. Conserving now will help us weather the storm, so we can be safe, strong, & secure.
Suze starts today's podcast reflecting on Memorial Day and gives us a brief recap of where real estate, energy and food prices are.
If your household can function with one less car, there has never been a better time to sell.
You know I wish all of you great health. And a life free of injury. And you also know that one of my most important pieces of advice is to “hope for the best and plan for the worst.”
I know some of you have already lost your jobs as the economy reels from the impact of the coronavirus crisis. And many more of you are worried about a job loss or sharply reduced hours.
In today’s podcast, Suze explains what happened with the stock market this past week and why it’s still so important to stay calm.
In this podcast, Suze talks about the “money mind.” What are the three simple steps you need to do in order to live within your means?
Hurricanes and tropical storms have been devastating for so many. And heart wrenching for all of us. You know I have always said, People First. Then Money. Then Things.
In this episode, Suze School is in session and the lesson plan includes what you need to know about planning for retirement.
I recently saw a survey that reported that nearly half of people in a relationship say they argue about money. I was surprised it was not even higher. And money stress is often a major factor in why couples split up.
I was shopping at Costco recently, enjoying the great value as always. While waiting in line to check out I got to chatting with a few young mothers-with babies in tow-who were waiting as well. Me being me I was curious if these women who obviously knew a thing or two about shopping had bought protection for their family.
Sitting down with your children once a month and having them help you pay the family bills is an incredibly valuable life-lesson opportunity that sadly few families use.
It makes me so sad to read reports that many households don’t have even $1,000 set aside to cover an unexpected expense. What’s so sad is that I know that must cause such stress.