This episode of Ask KT and Suze Anything is a little different.
On this episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions about the best ways to start saving money, designating a beneficiary of an IRA, life insurance, inheriting from overseas and more.
On this podcast of Ask KT & Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners about paying off mortgages, property tax increases after adding to a trust, life insurance, retirement, and more.
On this podcast of Ask KT & Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners about; retirement accounts, saving for a new home, managing investments, caring for special needs relatives and more.
The life insurance industry paid beneficiaries $90 billion in 2020, a record amount that was 15% more than death benefit payments in 2019, according to the life insurance trade association.
If your employer automatically provides you with life insurance coverage, I want you to listen up. The life insurance you get at work as a no-cost benefit is not going to protect your loved ones.
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 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 of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Cindy, Anonymous, Chris, Name Withheld, Antoinetta, and Tom 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 Logan, Jeff, Will, Shaina, Michelle, Alicia and Kaitlin, selected and read by KT.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners selected and read by KT.
The main message of this podcast features Suze explaining that, even though times are especially hard right now, we need to stay strong and not make excuses for poor financial decisions.
In this podcast, Suze talks about how our financial needs change as we age. She explains and why every dollar counts and why we need to count every dollar in each of our decades.
In this episode, Suze talks about how we need to pay attention to the fees we pay for banking and investing. Plus, she discusses why patience is important when it comes to that investing.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners selected and read by KT. We hear from Marque, A Big Fan, Lauren, Debbie, Julie, Deedee, and more.
In this podcast 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.
On this podcast 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.
On this podcast, 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.
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 answers questions from Women & Money listeners Sandra, Melinda, Millagros, Amy, Angeline, Shelly, and Sheri. Today’s questions are read by a special guest!
For this 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.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Missy, Lucy, Audra, and Carmen.
If there is anyone in your life who relies on your income, you need life insurance. That obviously includes any young children and your spouse.
Fall is typically when employers announce any benefit plan changes for the coming year and ask employees to review their coverage and request any coverage changes.
In this Ask Suze Anything podcast, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners Tiffany, Chris, Nancy, Pamela, Kim, Mary, and Ann.
Welcome to week 3 of You Ask, I Tell. The question this week is one I hear over-and-over with slightly different specifics
In this episode of Women & Money, Suze addresses special concerns from two nurses, Denise and Turquoise, who were misled into investing in an insurance policy.
In this Ask Suze Anything episode, we get questions from Jackie, Lana B., Miranda, Carol, Janine, Robin, Betty, and Krista.
In this podcast, Suze shares her tears and heartfelt confusion about financial suffering.
This is the time of year when employers let workers make changes to their benefit plans. I know many of you don’t bother to review, and just keep everything the same.
I was glued to the TV recently watching the news when an advertisement for Guaranteed Acceptance Life Insurance came on. Whoo boy, did my blood pressure rise. I am not a fan of this type of life insurance.
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.
I have the best ever Valentine’s Day gift for the love of your life. Life Insurance. Yes, I said life insurance. Before you call me unromantic (or something worse), hear me out.
As we are heading into the holiday season, I know plenty of kids will be receiving a check from a grandparent, aunt or uncle. So I want to review how every family with kids under 18 should handle financial gifts year round.
One of the most dangerous mistakes you can make is to rely on the life insurance your employer offers up as benefit.
A new survey makes me sad, mad and very nervous. According to Bankrate.com, 37% of parents with children under the age of 18 have no life insurance. And even the parents with life insurance aren’t really protecting their family, as one-third have policies with death benefits that do not exceed $100,000. That may sound like a lot of money, but it’s woefully little once you sit down and run the numbers.
Life insurance is such a difficult financial hurdle for so many of you. You’re either queasy about pondering the need for it in the first place, or you are rightfully queasy about getting taken by an agent selling you a way-too-expensive policy.
Do you keep finding yourself with debt that just won't go away? Every time you pay off your credit card, do you feel compelled to run out and charge it back up again? If so, your problem may not be financial at all.
Years ago, after my first book came out and I had made a few television appearances, I was nearly accosted on the street by a very animated woman who kept pointing at me and then exclaimed "I know who you are... you are the... Money Lady!" I've adopted that as a nickname of sorts. I am indeed the lady whose passion is to help people make the most of their money.