On this special episode Suze and KT review an email sent to Suze and discuss if the writer is being financially abused.
On today’s Suze School, we get an update on the markets, what’s happening with how we are saving, and the current state of the economy. Plus, why you should not go beyond a 2 year treasury and an upd
On this episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions from you all about claiming inherited Series I Bonds, mortgages, moving financial advisors, Social Security being affected by a recess
On this episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions from you all, about closing a loaded mutual fund, bad financial advisors, IRAs in bankruptcy, callable CDs and more.
In this Suze School episode, Suze reviews this past week in the markets and gives you the guidance for the next year or two and why bonds are coming back in favor.
In this week’s Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Mary Jane, Kari, Linda, Donna, Ann, and a very special listener in need.
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.
While Suze and KT’s podcast studio is being repaired, we're playing highlights from an episode where Suze outlines the three enemies of wealth: fear, desire, and greed.
In a recent survey, more than 80% of people said they have plans to travel this summer.
I bet your investing nerves are a bit on edge these days. That’s totally natural. As I write this, stocks are down more than 18% in 2022.
Suze starts today's podcast reflecting on Memorial Day and gives us a brief recap of where real estate, energy and food prices are.
For this Suze School, Suze details the current economic conditions and explains why it is so important for us to buckle down and save more so we can weather the coming financial storms to be safe, str
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!
In a recent survey, nearly every teen and parent agreed that teens need financial knowledge to achieve their life goals.
On this podcast, Suze walks us through her forecasts for the rest of the year in regards to: inflation, recession, the stock market, gold, bitcoin and more.
In today’s podcast, Suze explains all the steps we need to follow, during these turbulent markets, plus what we can do now with our retirement accounts, so we can control our own financial destiny.
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.
In this podcast, Suze outlines three important steps you need to take, so that you can have a personal, professional and financial Super Life.
Suze is back and takes us to Suze School. Learn what’s happening with the market, stocks you might want to buy when the time is right. crypto and an economic lesson.
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.
As we approach the coming months, it is vital that you take whatever steps you can to make sure that you are getting the most out of every single penny that you earn.
On this podcast, Suze explains why the Stock Market dropped this past Friday and what the impacts of the new variants might mean to the economy.
If you own a home and your kids are fully launched, I hope you will give serious thought to downsizing to a smaller home. It can be a great way to plug a hole in your retirement savings plan.
Suze and KT are still experiencing some weather related issues, so we’re going to revisit part of an episode from July of 2020.
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.
If your household can function with one less car, there has never been a better time to sell.
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.
Many of you recently received another $600 check from the federal government to help weather the financial hardship of the pandemic.
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 the coming weeks many households will likely be getting some financial help from Washington. A new round of stimulus checks and a supplemental federal unemployment benefit was finalized in late Dec
I have been hearing from so many of you who are worried about how your adult kids are faring, and will fare, in our current economy. Some of those kids have moved home. Some are struggling to make end
Yes, I know the calendar says it’s only Halloween. But this is the perfect time that you and I have a serious chat about your spending budget for the upcoming holiday season.
Retirement should be a time to relax and live your life on your terms. But I know for many of you it can be stressful to figure out a strategy for how to invest and how much you can safely withdraw fr
On this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners (as read by KT) Amy, Kim, Cat, Marissa, Chris, Tim, Leigh, and Fran.
I can learn so much about a household’s commitment to building financial security by asking them about their car.
There is no shame or blame big enough to keep you from being who you are meant to be. Very powerful words, and in this podcast of Women and Money, Suze talks about how you can start over.
I hear from so many of you who are at least 50 that you are worried you won’t be able to have a great retirement. And those of you who are retired are anxious if your money will last.
In this podcast, Suze shares an email from a Women & Money listener about how seeing Suze at an event in New York helped her get out of her financially abusive relationship.
Thanksgiving has become the start of a season of overindulgence for many people. This year, I want you to take a different path.
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.
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.
Suze shakes things up a little bit on this podcast of Ask Suze Anything. Today, she shares four emails from Women and Money listeners that she found profound.
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.
It’s been more than a decade since the U.S. economy fell into a recession. That’s a long time ago. But I know for many of you, far from forgotten, as the Great Recession that lasted from late 2007 to
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.
Suze goes further to explore the power of finding the combination of financial independence and financial freedom by answering listener questions.
There is no shame or blame big enough to keep you from being who you are meant to be. Very powerful words, and in this episode of Women and Money, Suze talks about how you can start over after bei
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 shares an email from podcast listener Natalie, who describes her heartbreaking experience with financial abuse.
In this Ask Suze Anything episode, we get questions from Sharon, Jennifer, Regina, Sherry, and Diane.
In this episode, Suze shares a story from a woman who suffered a brain aneurism and woke up thinking her life was great.
Suze mixes it up today and lets you in on why she is so passionate about the advice she gives you.
In this episode of Ask Suze Anything, we hear from Cali, Crystal, Rene, Jodie, and Robin.
According to a recent Gallup poll, Americans’ optimism about their finances is near a record high. The poll shows 69% of people surveyed said they expect their financial situation to improve...
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.
We’re heading into that whirlwind time of year when high school seniors receive their college acceptance letters and the decision-making begins.
A new study that looked at the employment and pay patterns for people once they turn 50 should be a wake-up call for anyone approaching or in their 50s. About half of the people in the study suffe
Over the last two episodes, Suze explored financial abuse. In this very special episode, you’ll hear a very candid and emotional conversation between Suze and her friend, Sarah.
In this episode, Suze tells a fascinating real-life story about choosing death over life and how your life is really in your owns hands.
In this episode, Suze shares correspondence she had with two financially abused women.
In this episode, Suze tells a powerful and heartbreaking story of a women she met on vacation and how this woman lost everything as a result of financial abuse.
While wahoo fishing a few weeks back, Suze had a revelation. What she realized is that financial freedom can no longer be the only goal.
For Part Two of Broke No More, Suze takes her signature, straight-forward approach to answer questions and unpacks the bag on what it takes to stop being broken and start getting right with yourself,
This episode explores the true reasons you feel broke regardless of how much money you make.
Suze delves into a form of abuse that often goes unnoticed: financial abuse.
A recent Gallup poll found that Americans are the most positive about their financial situation in a long time. Fifty two percent reported that they feel good about their finances. That’s a big jump from the 41 percent who felt the same five years ago.
It amazes me that so many homebuyers who spent weeks, if not months, hunting around for the best home, don’t shop around as diligently for the best mortgage. According to the Consumer Financial