For the first episode of 2022, we’ll hear about correcting unspoken hurts from our past and how we can be in the right place to start a new year.
For the annual Thanksgiving episode, Suze and KT talk about being grateful for some special people in their lives, with two members of the Women & Podcast family; Colo and Robert.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Jill, Christine, Leslie, Gina, Jasmine, Marlena and Pamela selected and read by KT.
A recent survey reports that more than 1 in 5 women who are in a committed relationship say they have little or no role in retirement or long-term planning.
In its most recent survey of how couples handle household money decisions, Fidelity reports that couples find talking about estate planning to be a very difficult conversation.
On today’s episode, Suze shares a heartbreaking email from a friend seeking advice. As Suze relates her friend's story, she asks us about our own story.
As we start Pride Month, 2021 and celebrate Suze's 70th Birthday, she shares why it’s so important to have pride in yourself and again, why standing in your truth will make you stronger.
Let’s be real. This has been one awful year. The coronavirus has upended everything. My heart breaks for those of you who have lost a loved one, a friend, a colleague.
In this podcast, Suze talks about how we should be united with all aspects of our lives. Are we united with our money, our health and with the people with whom we’re in relationships?
It doesn’t come as news, but is nonetheless depressing: women with school age children are bearing the brunt of the fallout from the pandemic.
One of the most harmful blind spots women have is a tendency to be too generous.
The rapid meltdown in global investments as the economic severity of the coronavirus takes hold is indeed unsettling.
In this special Valentine’s Day podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze, is once again joined by her Valentine, KT. Together they talk about the importance of trust, love and money.
I hear from so many of you who are at least 50 that you are worried you won’t be able to have a great retirement. And those of you who are retired are anxious if your money will last.
In this podcast, Suze shares an email from a Women & Money listener about how seeing Suze at an event in New York helped her get out of her financially abusive relationship.
Family has always been at the heart of the American Dream. We work, we strive for the sake of our family. We want our children to have endless opportunity,
‘Tis the season of gathering and spending quality time with our loved ones. All of that extra time together often leads to everything from big announcements, to bickering, to getting asked to borrow m
If money is not the key to happiness, then what is? Do you have the confidence to attract money?
The Women and Money Podcast is shining the light on financial abuse. In 2018, The National Domestic Abuse Hotline teamed up with Avon and asked Suze to speak with several survivors.
Suze shakes things up a little bit on this podcast of Ask Suze Anything. Today, she shares four emails from Women and Money listeners that she found profound.
One focus of the Women and Money Podcast is shining the light on financial abuse. About a year ago, The National Domestic Abuse Hotline teamed up with Avon and asked Suze to speak with survivors.
Oh, the things we do for love! A recent survey reports that more than half of U.S. investors provide financial assistance, or personal care to adult children or other family members. The financial aid
What is the great destructor of all? In this podcast, Suze gives us an update on the help she’s been offering Women & Money listeners A.T. and Brenda, to get out of their abusive relationships.
Don’t be a financial wimp! In this episode, Suze tells us about a heartbreaking exchange she had with Women & Money listener Brenda, who was in danger of losing her home after a bad break-up.
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?
A recent survey by Allianz Life Insurance reports that nearly 6 in 10 women wish they were more confident in their money decisions.
Where did your faith go? In this episode of Women & Money, Suze talks about the costs of losing faith in yourself, in your strength, and in your wisdom.
I want to wish all of the mommas out there a happy Mother’s Day.
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.