In today’s podcast, Suze explains all the steps we need to follow, during these turbulent markets, plus what we can do now with our retirement accounts, so we can control our own financial destiny.
On this podcast of Ask KT & Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners Sarah, Susan, Jenny, Marcia, Cindy, Albert and Diane, selected and read by KT. Plus, a Quizzie from Melissa.
On this episode, we go to Suze School for a lesson on the importance of having a diversified portfolio and why you should never buy a loaded mutual fund.
On this podcast, Suze explains why the Stock Market dropped this past Friday and what the impacts of the new variants might mean to the economy.
On this podcast, Suze explains how recasting your mortgage can help you in the short and long terms. We also get updates about how inflation will affect your Social Security checks and bonds.
Do you have a 401k you left behind at an old job? A new report from Capitalize estimates that there are around 24 million orphaned 401k accounts with combined assets of nearly $1.3 trillion.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Corrine, Pam, Sissy, Dom, Claudia, Sharon, Monique and more selected and read by KT.
On this podcast, we go to Suze School for a lesson about the rise of crypto currencies, inflation, student loan forgiveness and what you need to know now about the proposed new tax bill.
It’s another great Suze School, this time on the important details we need to know about investing in crypto currencies inside of our retirement accounts.
Suze tells us some of the things that have been on her mind of late, including: supply issues driving up costs, the debt ceiling and how it affects you, inflation and investing in crypto currencies.
For this podcast, we’re going to revisit an episode from February 2020, where Suze shared stories of different correspondences she had with listeners about the importance of how to manage our money.
On this edition of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Erica, Leigh, Mary, Pam, Aga, Kamud, Jenny, Tracy and Tricia selected and read by KT.
On this podcast, we go to Suze School on what to expect in the stock market, so you can invest wisely for the long term. Plus, lessons on mortgage rates and what real estate to take advantage of.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Jaime, Monika, Mora, Simone, Ellen, Jessica, and Sharon selected and read by KT.
On this podcast, Suze presents the webinar she gave last week, which is a 2021 Action Plan designed to teach you how to be a Financial Warrior.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Linda, Debbie, Nicholas, Vicheal, Donna, Tova, Stacy and Kim selected and read by KT.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Logan, Jeff, Will, Shaina, Michelle, Alicia and Kaitlin, selected and read by KT.
In this podcast, Suze talks about the flame we all have burning inside of us and how we need to keep that flame lit, when things get rough. We also get a mini-Suze School covering three topics.
On this podcast, Suze helps us deal with these crazy times. She takes us to Suze School for lessons about dollar-cost averaging,leaving one’s assets to one’s beneficiaries and standing in one’s truth.
On this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze shakes things up a bit. Many of your recent questions revolve around the stock market. Today is a little Suze School on what’s going on with the market.
In this podcast, Suze explains why we should not let our emotions rule our ability to make smart choices with our money.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Missy, Lucy, Audra, and Carmen.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Brandon, Carla, Lolo, Danielle, Tracy, Patty, Justine, and Crystal.
In today’s podcast, Suze reviews why, with the Coronavirus affecting people’s jobs, it’s so important to make sure you save your money, especially if you may find yourself out of work.
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 Ask Suze Anything podcast, Suze talks about mistakes you can’t afford to make. She answers questions from Women & Money listeners Sarah, Jill, Joann, Menni, and Gavaris.
I know many of you are dedicated Costco and Sam’s Club shoppers. You are all about getting deals and saving money.
There’s a wonderful fight going on that will make winners of investors who are paying attention.
If you have been invested in U.S. stocks the past few years you have no doubt made some serious money. The U.S. markets are up more than 300% since this bull market began in 2009. But I want you to understand that great returns are in no way a guarantee going forward. Yes, stocks are always the smart investment if you are a long-term investor, but I hope you realize that over the next 10 years we might not see such robust U.S. stocks returns, simply because they have had such an incredible run.
It’s been a great stretch for investors. Stocks have gained more than 250% in the bull market that stretches all the way back to 2009. I am always a big believer that dollar cost averaging-investing on a regular basis-is a great strategy for long-term investors. So don’t take what I am about to say as a reason to give up on stocks: Returns over the next seven to 10 years probably won’t be as good as what we’ve had the past seven years.
I am on the record that only couples in great financial shape should spend money on an expensive/large wedding. But for those of you who are just going to plow ahead despite shaky finances, please at least make the most of my money-saving wedding tips.
We’re heading into the dangerous money season. With the holidays quickly approaching it’s that annual time of year when the goodness of your heart can lead to very bad results: You overspend on gifts, dining out, or nights out on the town.