This Suze School podcast is a great lesson about interest rates and how they work. Get out your Suze Notebooks and learn about APY, compounding, dividend yield and interest and more.
Your latest quarterly 401k statement likely includes some new information that can be quite an eye-opener.
While Suze and KT are on their way back from KT’s birthday fishing trip, this episode contains questions from this past year, all about real estate.
Inflation is front and center wherever we turn
On today’s episode, we go to Suze School for a lesson on being patient with our investments.
Suze starts this podcast with a recap of what happened in the stock market last week. Then, we get a lesson on why it’s so important to stay the course with our investments.
On this Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners Victoria, Lauren, Susan, Kathy, Prudence, Lobel, Kevin and Alex, selected and read by KT. Plus, a Quizzie.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Simone, Susan, Estelle, Sean, Mary, Nick, Tonya, Terri and Rita selected and read by KT.
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.
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.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Jessica, Mini, Joan, Gloria, Virginia, and Asuun.
In this Ask Suze Anything podcast, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners “Nameless One,” Jamie, Allie, Kristen, Jessica, Esther, Tori, and Angelina.
Are your finances a family affair? Do you have the right perspective when it comes to caring for your parents in their old age?
I don’t even need to ask you if you want to save more money. Of course you do. And yet, it can be so hard to get started and stay committed. I get it.
In this episode, Suze tells a powerful and heartbreaking story of a women she met on vacation and how this woman lost everything as a result of financial abuse.
I want you to understand there is a big shift going on in our economy. I know you are well aware that interest rates have been very low ever since the financial crisis. But that’s changing. The Federal Reserve, which has control of a key interest rate-called the Federal Funds rate-has recently decided that it no longer needs to keep that rate so low because the economy is showing signs of solid strength.