If you, or a parent, or just someone you care about is enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan, you need to be aware of a glitch that can cost you plenty if you’re not persistent.
Today’s episode features two questions you have to ask yourself, about money matters of the heart; what is the best way to buy a former partner out of a home and managing the cost of caring for aging
On this Thanksgiving episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions about financing a car, what happens after you pay off your mortgage, rolling over a pension, investing in an HSA and more
Between October 15th and December 7th, everyone enrolled in Medicare has the opportunity to protect their financial health for the coming year.
Suze gives us a lesson about the differences between Medicare and Medicare Advantage and why it’s vital we know the difference.
On this very special episode Suze invited her friend Dr. Mary Gardner to talk about the real costs in owning a pet.
Suze starts this episode with another recap of what happened in the stock market this week.
I know the majority of you who are working get valuable benefits through your job.
If your parents are enrolled in Medicare I want you to help them check if they can pay less for their prescription drug medications.
When you envision retirement, I bet you are thinking about what it will feel like in that first year. That point in time when you will no longer be working, and have the freedom to build your days.
The pandemic’s upending of our routines and the focus on the fragility of life has spurred many of us to rethink our priorities and goals.
When we are faced with what seems like a too-huge task, we often lose motivation to even try. It’s just human nature to feel defeated given the scale of the challenge.
I have some good news for those of you who don’t have health insurance or were laid off and opted to keep your old employer’s coverage through COBRA.
On this podcast, we go to Suze School for a lesson on everything you need to know about health insurance and the new Health Care law.
We all have opinions. Hopefully when we are making money decisions we have informed opinions based on facts, not emotions, or what someone else says
The federal government has changed the rules for enrolling in a health insurance policy if you’re not covered through work. Typically, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) allows enrollment each Fall, for th
On this podcast, Suze talks about why it might be a good idea to file your taxes now, then takes us to Suze School on how some of the events over the past 12 months affected our finances.
On this Valentine’s Day 2021 edition of the podcast, Suze shares some stories relating to love and loving our money.
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.”
We are in the midst of open enrollment period for Medicare beneficiaries, during which anyone can make changes to their coverage. I want to make sure that those of you considering changing from Origin
If you are in the midst of your employer’s open enrollment period to sign up for next year’s benefits, or your household is dealing with a layoff, I want to make sure you choose the right health insur
On this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners about last Sunday’s “The Life Of Flowers” episode concerning the Must Have Documents.
In this podcast, Suze shares with us why she needed to have surgery and the consequences of what happened when she didn’t stand in her truth with her health. You’ll hear a very powerful story.
For the next few weeks I am going to devote my weekly notes to household financial stresses I know so many of you are dealing with, or worried about as the coronavirus crisis sends our economy into a
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners Robert, Liz, Patricia, Julie, Dawn, and Olga.
In this Ask Suze Anything podcast, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners Brenda, Kara E, Tiffany, Nikki, R.K., Cindy, and Gladys.
I am betting plenty of you have noticed the steep rise in prescription drug costs. According to the non-profit Kaiser Family Foundation, drug prices jumped more than 11% in 2014 and are estimated to have risen another 9.6% last year. And there’s no relief in sight. The expectation is that prices will rise about 4% in 2016. All of that is during a stretch when annual inflation has averaged less than 2%.
Please don’t keep your health insurance on autopilot. I know it’s tempting just to ignore the annual “open enrollment” communications from your employer to review your choices, and just stick with the plan you have. That could be a costly mistake. Here are 4 reasons to spend some time reviewing your employer-provided health insurance choices:
About half of large employers now offer a high-deductible health insurance plan (HDHP). I know the mere mention of “high deductible” might send your blood pressure skyward, but please listen to me. For many of you, a HDHP may be the smartest health insurance.
Having a good credit score isn’t good enough. To land the best loan deals and qualify for the best credit card offers you need to have a seriously great FICO credit score of at least 740. Here’s how to improve your FICO score.
It is becoming easier to get a loan these days and that's not necessarily a good thing. "I'm telling you things have gone bizarre again, at the exact time they shouldn't be going bizarre. So, you need to stay very strict with yourself," warns Suze Orman.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced Thursday that when it comes to taxes, it will recognize same-sex couples' marriages even if they live in a state that does not.