On this Ask Suze and KT Anything episode, Suze answers questions about financial empowerment, Social Security after divorce, FICO scores, inflation and more.
On today’s podcast of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions about filling must have documents, inheriting a ROTH, boosting a credit score and more.
On this podcast of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners about unmarried IRA contributions, gifting Series I Bonds, delaying RMDs, buying a house in cash and much more!
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!
The Federal Reserve just made a big change in its policy, and over the coming months the fallout from this change will be felt throughout your financial life.
On this special Sunday podcast of Ask KT & Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners about making changes to your will and trust, is gifting a Roth possible, and so much more!
Checking your credit report is free. And it is incredibly important to do. But a new survey from CompareCards.com says that just one in three adults checked their credit report last year.
In this Podcast, Suze addresses the unknown that awaits all of us in regard to universities. About how what happens with universities affects more than just the students going to school or not.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Jodi, Elizabeth, Joel, Mark, JF Spin, Edith, En Gee, Ora, and Michelle.
In this podcast, Suze explains what you need to know about the COVID-19 Stimulus Package passed by Congress on March 27, 2020.
In today’s podcast, we go to Suze School as Suze talks about many of the money myths coming from Women & Money listeners.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, we’ll hear from Women and Money listeners Terry, Lauren, and Anonymous.
In this episode of Women & Money, Suze gives you everything you need to know about credit cards.
Starting next year, there will be a new FICO credit score that you can opt into. UltraFICO, will take a look at your bank accounts to see your balances, and if you have a good track record of avoi
If you are planning on buying a home in the next few months, I bet you are already spending plenty of time checking out online listings.
Many of you are asking me what to do when you receive a rate increase on your long-term care insurance policy. You know my advice for years has been to not buy long-term care insurance unless you can afford a 50% rate increase in your lifetime. I never thought I would be discussing a 126% rate increase which is how much some Federal LTC Insurance Program (FLTCIP) policyholders are facing, with an average of 83%. The Federal program policyholders have to make a decision by September 30th so that’s why I’m writing this blog now.
For years I have pointed out how ridiculous it is that people who don’t have credit cards, but responsibly pay-as-they-go with debit cards and cash, are put at a severe disadvantage in our financial system.
I am a big believer in home ownership, but only if it makes financial sense. If you answer yes to any of these questions you are better off renting:
Having a good credit score isn’t good enough. To land the best loan deals and qualify for the best credit card offers you need to have a seriously great FICO credit score of at least 740. Here’s how to improve your FICO score.
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.