Suze starts off this episode with a brief update on what could happen with the debt ceiling and then shares everything she learned from the economic seminars she recently attended.
This week while Suze is in school herself, we present highlights of an episode called “The Six Most Valuable Words in Life.” This was originally published on March 17, 2019.
What makes you truly happy? As we begin a new year, Suze shares a story about looking for the right signs, so we can create a peaceful, joyful and loving world.
For the final episode of 2022, go behind the scenes of the podcast for some heartwarming out-takes sure to make you laugh along with Suze and KT.
In this episode, Suze starts with a story about almost being stuck at sea.
Today being the twenty-first anniversary of 9/11 and with the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II, this episode finds Suze reflecting about loss.
On this episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions from you all about FFEL loans, taxes on retirement accounts, a special “Can I Afford It” quizzie and more.
CULVER CITY, California—September 1, 2022—(NASDAQ:AMZN)—Today, Amazon Freevee announced a two-year licensing deal to bring back all 14 seasons of The Suze Orman Show.
“When you feel less than, you spend more than…" Today we present a very special episode.
Back from their fishing vacation, this episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, finds Suze answering questions about CDs, whole life insurance, figuring out if you can afford a home and more.
Suze and KT celebrate Independence Day with Colo and KT’s twin sister, Lynn and have a meaningful conversation about personal independence and family.
Today’s podcast is a little different. Suze starts out reflecting about her 71st birthday and an important message about parents.
On this podcast of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners about reinvesting divestments, investing after a stock split, special needs trusts, shady employers and much more!
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, Suze remembers the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 and explores the questions of what our own lives are worth and if we are valuing ourselves enough.
On today’s podcast, we go to Suze School to learn about the five rules you need to follow before buying a condo. Knowing what they are, could potentially save you a great deal of time and money.
To celebrate the 4th of July, Suze talks about what you need to do, now, to insure your own financial independence.
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.
Suze has an amazing connection with a member of the US Army. This Memorial Day Weekend, Suze and KT replay part of an episode where Suze shares the story of that friendship.
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 special Easter Sunday episode, KT highlights some of her favorite sayings of Suze’s. We don’t just get to hear these “Suzeisms”, we also get the meaning behind them!
On today’s podcast, Suze tells two powerful stories about how having faith, integrity and courage makes anything possible for us all.
On today’s podcast, Suze talks about the biggest mistake she’s ever made. In three stories, we learn how that mistake wasted time and money and we get advice on how we don’t have to fall into it.
In this podcast, Suze shares with you the book that set her on the path to financial freedom.
I'm back! And I have to tell you, I've learned a lot these past six weeks. I've learned a lot about me and I've learned a lot about how I was making the mistake that I often tell all of you not to mak
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.
While Suze is recovering from her surgery, Sarah and Robert present a "Best Of" episode from October 13, 2019, and Sarah gives an update from Suze.
On this podcast, Suze tells the story of a woman she attempted to help. You’ll hear what happens when fear and lack of respect run your decision-making process.
On this special episode of Women & Money, Suze introduces you to a very special person, her spouse, KT! Suze and KT share how they live together and make their financial decisions.
On March 16, 2019, Suze appeared at the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, as part of the Women of The World Festival. In this podcast, you will hear a condensed version of Suze’s talk.
Pride. In the wrong setting, too much pride can ruin us. In this podcast, Suze shares three stories about how pride lead to severe financial set-backs for people in her life.
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.
In this podcast, Suze and KT share special stories about their dads. These great and important memories shed some light on how they became the successful women they are today!
In this special Mother’s Day 2020 podcast, Suze is joined, once again, by KT! Together, they share stories about their own moms and the lessons they learned from each.
In this podcast, Suze shares a story about losing electricity at her home before an important remote speaking engagement.
In this podcast, Suze answers the questions you asked about why she decided to write her book, The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+: Winning Strategies to Make Your Money Last A Lifetime.
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.
In this podcast, Suze shares the exciting story of what happened when she met up with Oprah in Minnesota and offers some sage advice on why it’s important to put your needs ahead of your wants.
In this podcast, Suze shares a story about how she was recently afraid to do something and how she overcame her fear. Remember, when you have a fear of something, that fear blocks everything.
In this special New Year’s podcast, Suze is once again joined by her spouse, KT. Together, they share a story about a memorable trip from 2019.
In this podcast, Suze responds to an email from Women & Money listener, “M,” who appears to have everything going the right way in her life and yet she still feels lost.
How often do we give thanks for ourselves? Are we grateful for who we are as individuals?
Belonging and being accepted is a key to financial success. Just back from a trip to Washington, D.C. Suze talks about belonging and how in order to be successful, you have to be proud of who you are.
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.
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 today’s podcast, Suze shares with you the book that set her on the path to financial freedom.
What do you think the six most valuable words in life are?
In this special episode of Women & Money, we do what is called a “Cross-Pod” episode.
This episode includes a special Valentine from Suze.
In this episode, Suze shares her personal feelings about her own investments.
Suze On Pickler & Ben Monday November 5th
Personal finance expert Suze Orman has been dispensing tough-love guidance for years to people seeking financial security, so AARP asked the high-energy money
**SOLD OUT**The time has never been more right for women to finally take control of their finances.
Money Expert Suze Orman, Who Encourages Women to Take Control of Their Financial Lives, Will Speak At Las Vegas Women's Leadership Conference
Suze's walk down memory lane was originally posted by The New York Times in 2009.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 4, 2017 — The Army has enlisted the help of personal finance expert Suze Orman to educate soldiers and their families on money matters so they don’t fall victim to predatory loans
U.S. Army officials hope to capture the attention of soldiers on financial health issues through a new partnership with money expert and TV personality Suze Orman.
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#1 New York Times best-selling author and world-renowned financial expert Suze Orman makes her children’s book debut in this story of a one-dollar bill named Billy and penny named Penny.
WASHINGTON -- Under Secretary of the U.S. Army Patrick J. Murphy, and personal financial advisor Suze Orman will conduct a joint media engagement at 10:00 a.m., January 4, 2017
The run up to the holidays at the end of the month is an especially great time to teach young children some money and life lessons.
By Randall Kenneth Jones Originally published in the Naples Daily News It’s practically impossible to write about time spent with personal-finance wizard Suze Orman using a detached, third-person journalistic voice. Why? Suze Orman excels at leaving no financial or emotional stone unturned—she lives to get personal.
Saturday night’s final episode, after 13 years, of CNBC’s “The Suze Orman Show” might be viewed as one more positive indicator of an economic recovery. If Suze is moving on, could this somehow mean that Americans finally got their acts together and are back on the job, above water on their mortgages and storing adequate nuts away for the bitter financial winters that will surely come?
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.
The personal finance expert’s holdings are in places like New York, the Bahamas and South Africa
Far from aspirations that would lead a reporter to refer to me as “a force in personal finance,” my career is the result of a hot tub dream gone bad.
Sundance Channel announced an impressive list of innovators and leaders from a cross section of professions including music, politics, film, science, journalism and more who will come together to
Suze receives a special birthday greeting from "The Tenors."
America's most famous expert on personal finance and star of her own award-winning CNBC television show offers advice for “staying” afloat in these economically turbulent times, thanks to lessons learned at sea.
“Hello Peach, Well much has gone on since we last chatted. Are you ready, better take a deep breath...”
Personal finance guru Suze Orman has a message for college students debating whether to take out thousands of dollars in student loan debt to get a master's degree or professional degree: Make sure
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.
Personal finance expert Suze Orman took a break from her soap box at CNBC on Monday to speak candidly about her experience as a gay taxpayer in America. "There is such discrimination [in our tax
More than 300,000 financial advisors in the United States provide saving, investing and retirement advice, but only one made the top ten of the Forbes 2013 list of the most influential celebrities: Suze Orman.
Forbes magazine has released its list of Most Influential Celebrities of 2013. Suze makes the top 10!
The CNBC Alarm Clock App has added the voice of Suze Orman, host of CNBC's "The Suze Orman Show" (Saturday nights at 9PM & 12AM ET), by popular demand. Now CNBC Alarm Clock users can select the award-winning television host to get them up and make sure they get right to business.
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.
Letter From Wynne Sandra Korr, Dean and Professor at the School of Social Work, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Thanks to the
Suze and Cory Booker, Mayor of Newark, will be judging the final winner of the 2012 Financial Awareness Video Festival. Help us narrow down 10 finalists by taking a moment to view and vote for your favorite video!
Marlo: “This week, I was joined by personal finance expert Suze Orman who is a veteran on Mondays With Marlo! Suze is so knowledgeable -- we spoke about everything from maximizing the value of your
The career of Suze Orman was recently celebrated with a special three-hour interview with the Television Academy Foundation’s Archive of American Television
On Wall Street, in Washington and beyond, these folks have a huge impact on our daily lives and futures.
U.S. financial guru Suze Orman has teamed with the producer of the popular Body Worlds exhibits for a new traveling show to look at how we relate to and understand money.
In her last book, The Money Class, Orman urged readers to keep their emergency savings not in a money market fund, but in an interest-bearing checking account. Her reasoning:
One would think that writing nine consecutive New York Times best sellers, it would be effortless for me to write an obituary for my own mother