It’s that time of year again when I know many of you will be receiving a federal tax refund. And some may also be in line for a state refund as well.
Inflation has been a big drain on household budgets for more than a year now.
On this episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions about dollar cost averaging, schemes to pay less tax, reducing volatility in investments, staying budget friendly when starting a busi
In this episode of Ask Suze Anything, we hear updates from two Women & Money listeners, plus Suze offers advice to Julia, Judy, Terry, and Chris.
Suze Orman explains why everyone needs a living revocable trust to protect their health and finances.
On today’s podcast, Suze explains why the rising inflation rates means we have to be more careful with our spending. Conserving now will help us weather the storm, so we can be safe, strong, & secure.
On today’s podcast Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions about Series I Bonds and probate, Roth 401(k)s, real estate and so much more!
On this podcast of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners about TSPs, wills and trusts, pausing funding retirement accounts, taxes, imputed income and much more!
In this podcast, we go to Suze School about when is the best time to pay off a mortgage. Are you trusting your gut or believing people who really do not have your best interest in mind?
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, 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.
Today, we go to Suze School about the ramifications of what filing your income taxes, “Married - Filing Separately” can have on your ROTH IRA and traditional IRAs and how you can solve the problem.
On this edition of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Maritza, Serena, Christine, Lauren, Lisa and more, all selected and read by KT.
Beginning in July, most households with children under the age of 18 will begin receiving a sizable monthly check from the U.S. government. And that makes right now the best time to hatch a plan for h
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Holly, June, Katie, Craig, Steve, Mark and more selected and read by KT.
On this podcast, Suze reviews some of the new Executive Orders signed by President Biden, and how they relate to your finances, with special attention to those of you affected by COVID-19.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners selected and read by KT. We hear from Elizabeth, Shirley, Maria, Tom, Joan, Heidi, Delie and Ashlynn.
On this episode of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners selected and read by KT.
On this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Jessica, Mini, Joan, Gloria, Virginia, and Asuun.
In this edition of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Joann, Riley, Mary, Joelle, Gary, Eileen, Tonya, and many PPP recipients.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Elise, Denise, Suzanne, Jerilyn, Jennifer, Laura, and Beth.
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In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Missy, Lucy, Audra, and Carmen.
Over the next few weeks plenty of you will receive a refund on your federal tax return, and for those of you in states that charge income tax, you may get money back from your state treasurer as well.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, we hear questions and stories from Women & Money listeners Kathleen, Tina, Sonja, Leigh, Margaret, Joan, Margaret, Sally, Kiana, Allison, and Anonymous.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners Diane, Anthony, Lune, Christina, Allie, Julie, Roseline, and Shelia.
On this podcast, we go to Suze School for an education on how the new SECURE Act will affect retirement accounts and what you need to know to make the right adjustments for your financial future.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners Becky, Terijas, Bernadette, Ania, Arlette, Mary, Nelly, and Marie.
In this podcast, Suze shares three recent conversations she’s had with friends and family about their finances.
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.
On this week’s Ask Suze Anything, Suze wants you to get things right!
Well, after more than 10 years of a very strong bull market, I can’t say I am surprised at the recent decline in stocks. I understand it can be unsettling. And you may be thinking you need to...
When was the last time you checked that your investments still reflected your long-term investment strategy?
Okay people, it’s that dangerous time of year. In the next month or so I know many of you will be receiving refunds on your federal tax returns, and some of you may also be in line for a state tax
You could have a great opportunity to boost your financial security in the next few weeks. Two developments could mean some extra money is landing in your bank account.
I know many of you expect the new tax laws will reduce your federal tax burden. But I have to tell you that there is a risk that when you file your 2018 tax return in early 2019 you could find you
Unless you were completely tuned out at the end of last year, you know that Congress passed a controversial bill that upends all sorts of tax laws. Controversial because the biggest benefits go to
If you’ve been following the Washington push for tax reform, you may have heard that the federal estate tax could be eliminated.
The average refund for federal tax returns is nearly $3,000. And I know plenty of you also end up getting some money back when you file your state tax as well. Don’t blow it! Look, I know how easy it is to see your refund as a windfall. And that triggers thoughts of vacations, new wardrobes, or a new gadget or two.
The deadline to file your taxes is still more than three months away, but if you are in line to receive a refund, I want you to jump on getting your taxes filed ASAP.
There are two potentially large tax breaks that come with buying a home. But listen to me: I never think it is a good idea to factor in the tax breaks when deciding if you are ready to buy your first home. Nor do I ever want anyone to decide on a mortgage budget based on the after-tax net cost. Here’s why:
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%.
Spring is a dangerous time of year for your financial security. I know so many of you will be getting a tax refund; some of you may be getting money back from both Uncle Sam and your state. The danger is that you blow the money on a want, rather than focus on your needs.
I know you probably can compile a very long list of things you’d rather do than tackle your 2015 tax returns. But please listen to me: procrastination could cost you big time this year, if you anticipate you will be receiving a refund.
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.
A recent report that studied the 401(k) savings habits of millions of workers found that one in four of you are not contributing enough to your account to qualify for your employer’s maximum match. The average annual amount of money left on the table is more than $1,300 a year. That is nuts.
Spring is in the air! Springtime is about renewal and rebirth, and therefore a perfect to take stock of your life, and take charge of your finances. It’s time to get off the fence and spring clean your finances, ladies!
President Obama has announced a plan that would pay for 100% of the tuition for anyone who wants to attend a community college and can commit to remain on course to graduate from the two-year program
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.
That nine states and the District of Columbia have legalized same-sex marriage is encouraging progress for those of us who believe that everyone deserves to have basic civil rights. But, even if every state in the country could pass a similar legislation, it would not be enough.