According to a recent survey by Northwestern Mutual, people who invest time in financial planning are happier than those who don’t.
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.
On today’s episode, Suze discusses why our negative thoughts, fears and actions limit our potential and prevent us from being safe, strong and secure.
During the pandemic, plenty of women decided to launch their own businesses. The number of women who used IncFile to set up their business (registering as an LLC for example) grew by 48%.
If you’ve been with me for a while, you know all about the potential to live a very long life. A woman who is 65 today and in average health has a 50% probability she may still be alive at 88.
When you’re busy raising kids, it’s all too common to fall into a financial trap. While everyone knows it is best to prioritize saving for retirement, many parents struggle with that strategy.
When it comes to protecting your loved ones, having both a will and a trust is essential. The difference between a will and a trust is when they kick into action.
Suze and KT are still experiencing some weather related issues, so we’re going to revisit part of an episode from July of 2020.
For this podcast, we’re going to revisit an episode from February 2020, where Suze shared stories of different correspondences she had with listeners about the importance of how to manage our money.
On this podcast, Suze shares some lessons on why we should not make emotional financial decisions. Then, Suze walks us through investing in crypto and planning your retirement.
I hope we can agree that sending a young adult out into the world with a solid grounding in how to make smart financial choices is a core requirement of good parenting.
To celebrate the 4th of July, Suze talks about what you need to do, now, to insure your own financial independence.
We all have opinions. Hopefully when we are making money decisions we have informed opinions based on facts, not emotions, or what someone else says
Today, KT is taking Suze on a special adventure, so we’re revisiting an episode from November, 2019 called “Let’s Talk About Money.”
After last year’s wild ride in the stock market, I know all of you who are near retirement or in retirement don’t need to be reminded that market risk can create problems for your long-term security.
I cannot wait to turn the page from 2020. You? But before we embark on what I know we all hope will be a healthier and happier year ahead, right now is a great time to make sure your finances are in
On this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners (as read by KT) Marcella, Mahala, Kelly Jo, Christi & Steve, the Boyers, Alana, Lori, Amy, and Nicole.
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 special podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze interviews the nationally recognized expert on student financial aid, scholarships and student loans, Mark Kantrowitz.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners Nadine, Linda, Jocelyn, and Maria.
In this podcast, Suze shares three recent conversations she’s had with friends and family about their finances.
One of the focuses of the Women & Money podcast is shining the light on financial abuse. In 2018, The National Domestic Abuse Hotline teamed up with Avon & asked Suze to speak with several survivors.
Why are we so afraid to talk with our family about our money?
Suze goes further to explore the power of finding the combination of financial independence and financial freedom by answering listener questions.
More than 50% of Americans gave themselves a personal finance grade of A or B in a recent survey. I sure hope you are making the grade, but in the same Equifax survey there were some disturbing facts.
In this Ask Suze Anything episode, we get questions from Shelly, Jackie, Martha, Frannie, Jane, and Alestra. These Women & Money listeners ask about: maintaining financial independence in marriage.
In this episode of Women & Money, Suze describes the five mistakes you need to avoid when dealing with a financial advisor and delves into the topic of how your mind makes you poor.
In this episode of Ask Suze Anything, we hear from Cali, Crystal, Rene, Jodie, and Robin.
“It is far better to do nothing than something you don’t understand.”
You may have seen, or participated in, the 10-year challenge that swept through Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in January, asking people to post a photo of themselves in 2009 and 2019.
This episode explores the true reasons you feel broke regardless of how much money you make.
The stock markets delivered a lump of coal at the end of 2018. December was one of the worst months for investors in years, and when you take a glance at your year-end statements, you will likely...
Happy New Year! I know this is a popular time of year to make resolutions, and for many of you that can include financial goal-setting. It’s also the time of year when we are hit with all sorts...
For those of you nearing retirement, deciding where to live is a big consideration. Most of you intend to stay right where you are. I get it. The home you are in today is full of memories...
When it comes to ranking financial fears, worrying about how your family will fare if calamity strikes is probably at the top of your list. Yet for some reason, no amount of fear has pushed you to the point of (finally!) taking the steps to protect yourself and your family from the “what ifs” that can strike at any time. I am not here to scold. Or guilt you. I just want you to get past this excruciating fear once and for all. Here’s how:
You know how much I hate credit card debt, given the astronomical interest rates you are stuck paying. Though the average is around 14% I know plenty of you pay more than 20% interest. And next year could be even more expensive for anyone carrying credit card debt.