Over the past four or so decades we have seen a huge increase in the number of women working in paying jobs outside the home.
On this episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers your questions about rolling pensions into Roths, rolling 403(B)s into Roths, matching funds, investing in AI and more!
Today’s podcast is a little different. Suze starts out reflecting about her 71st birthday and an important message about parents.
On this edition of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions about trusts, non-working spousal IRAs, medical deductions, unused credit cards, being a trader and so much more!
For years, Suze has been telling us what a great investment Series I Bonds are. On today’s podcast, we get a master class detailing everything we need to know about these bonds.
In this episode, Suze talks about an email she received from a listener who was convinced to invest in an insurance policy.
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.
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.
For our annual Mother’s Day podcast, Suze and KT revisits a podcast episode from May 12, 2019 where Suze shared a very personal letter she wrote to her mother.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Anthony, Nancy, Nina, Beth, Jasmine, Gayle, Shirley, Dan & Diane, Monica and Emily, 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 talks about why making the right choices with your money will help you be safe and secure, especially in these uncertain times.
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?
In this podcast, Suze shares with you the book that set her on the path to financial freedom.
On this podcast, Suze shares a personal story about one of her dear friends. She also tells us the four key things we need to remember, in order to be successful leaders in our own lives.
On this podcast, Suze reflects on the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and how our world has turned upside down. What can we do to make sure we’re strong emotionally and financially?
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.
One of the most harmful blind spots women have is a tendency to be too generous.
On this podcast of Women & Money, Suze shares an email from podcast listener Natalie, who describes her heartbreaking experience with financial abuse.
While Suze is recovering from her surgery, Sarah and Robert present a "Best Of" episode from March 3, 2019. They read some well wishes from the Women & Money Community and give some insight.
With International Women’s Day coming up this week, I wanted to dedicate today’s newsletter to shed light on the topic of women and money.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners Diane, Anthony, Lune, Christina, Allie, Julie, Roseline, and Shelia.
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.
True words of wealth are honest words. Suze explains why, by sharing an email from a Women & Money listener who at 46 years old has started to save for retirement, has debt and started a business.
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.
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.
A recent survey by Allianz Life Insurance reports that nearly 6 in 10 women wish they were more confident in their money decisions.
In this episode of the Women & Money podcast, Suze explains how anger is part of what holds us back in life and of course, financially.
In this episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Katie, Toni, Rose, Donna, Terry, and Edie.
In this episode, Suze School is in session and the lesson plan includes what you need to know about planning for retirement.
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In this special July 4th episode of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money (and the men smart enough to pay attention) listeners Joe, Kathy, Gina, and Danielle.
I want to wish all of the mommas out there a happy Mother’s Day.
For this Easter 2019 episode of the podcast, Suze shares a great story of how distractions pull you away from your goals and how you may be a distraction to others.
For today’s 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.
There is new research that says couples that only have a joint bank account are happier than couples that keep some, or all of their money separate.
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I have had such a great time sharing my newly revised Women & Money with so many of you over the past few weeks. As always, my favorite part of being out on the road is not the talking…but the lis
For all of you who are happily married, or in a committed relationship with a man, I have two thoughts:
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A year ago, I had the honor of speaking to a large gathering of seriously successful professional women. I enjoy every opportunity to meet with women, field their questions, and hear their stories
I have always said that if you are looking for the best financial advisor, just look into the mirror. You have everything it takes to manage your financial life, and there is no one more motivated
As a new academic year begins, I want to make sure that parents understand the important lessons that will not be taught in school.
You know I am all for investing money you won’t need for decades in low-cost stock index mutual funds or exchange-traded funds.
Suze kicks off October with her all new Women & Money Special on OWN
Financial stress is a multigenerational issue. Young adults look at high home prices in many parts of the country and wonder when –or if– they will ever be able to afford to buy.
It’s time all women find their financial voice. Listen Now!
An updated version of my book Women & Money will be published next month. Why return to the topic?
A recent survey of more than 250 widows with a net worth of at least $1 million highlights how so many women set themselves up for later-life anxiety and frustration.
When the American College of Financial Services recently quizzed retirement-aged people on the basics of how to make their money last, just 35 percent of men passed the test. As troubling as that is, only 18 percent of women passed.
Divorce at any age can be difficult. Even in the most amicable of situations there are major financial decisions to work through, and staying clear-eyed amid the emotional upheaval can be challenging.
A recent Experian survey reports that more than one-third of people who divorced says it caused them financial ruin. And more than 60 percent of people surveyed said that money issues played a central role in the break up.
Ladies, the jig is up. You can moan all you want about how you’re not “good” at investing, or it’s too confusing. I’ve long told you those are just excuses you have talked yourself into, yet that have no logical basis.
You may have heard or read recently about some high profile retirement plan sponsors being sued by plan participants for high fees in the plan. Financial service firms-yep, folks who run mutual funds-have been hit with lawsuits, as have the plans run by MIT, NYU and Yale.
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More adult children are living with family than at any time in the past 60 years. Whether your twenty-something bundle of joy is back home (or never left!) because you’re a better roommate with better digs, or because they have yet to find a career job, you still need to lay down some financial expectations:
Sitting down with your children once a month and having them help you pay the family bills is an incredibly valuable life-lesson opportunity that sadly few families use.
You know I have long recommended that every household look into obtaining long-term care insurance (LTCi). Given our increasingly long life spans and the fast rising cost of health care, an LTCi policy can be the linchpin of a secure retirement. And it is doubly important for women to consider. According to the Society of Actuaries, a woman alive at age 65 has a one-in-three chance of still being alive at age 90. And if that 65-year-old woman happens to be in very good health the odds of being alive at 90 rise to more than 40%. In other words, there’s a good chance you could live a very long life.
One of the most common things I hear from many couples is that the husband likes investing and planning, and thus wives are all too happy to let him handle the retirement strategizing. Big mistake. Not because I am doubting the skill and intentions of men. Rather, my concern is that it’s women who typically are the most at risk in terms of retirement security for a very simple fact: Women tend to outlive men.
Last night KT and I were lucky enough to get to go to the courthouse in Del Ray Fla to participate in the first gay marriage ceremonies. Read my thoughts on this historic day.