If you own a car, your auto insurance premium is riding on how good you are at paying your bills on time, and other signals of financial health.
I was saddened, but not terribly surprised, to hear that just one in three adults recently surveyed by New York Life say they are hopeful about their finances.
On this episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers your questions about debt, gaining access to a deceased loved one’s accounts, T-Bills, starting out saving money and more!
On the first Ask Suze and KT Anything for 2023, Suze answers your questions about making the right investments now, inherited properties, avoiding crypto scams and more.
I hope you have been able to find the time to relax and catch your breath this holiday season.
On this episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions about the best ways to start saving money, designating a beneficiary of an IRA, life insurance, inheriting from overseas and more.
Suze starts this podcast with an update on Series I Bonds, tech stocks and the stock market in general.
I know it’s still early fall, but I hope you will hear me out on why it is essential to figure out your holiday spending strategy ASAP.
In this episode, Suze starts with a story about almost being stuck at sea.
Between October 15th and December 7th, everyone enrolled in Medicare has the opportunity to protect their financial health for the coming year.
Suze gives us a lesson about the differences between Medicare and Medicare Advantage and why it’s vital we know the difference.
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.
There is some very good news out of Washington for Medicare enrollees.
On this very special episode Suze invited her friend Dr. Mary Gardner to talk about the real costs in owning a pet.
On today’s episode, Suze explains how the US Treasury figures the interest you earn in a Series I Bond and why during the first five years you hold the bond, what you see on your statement is not rea
On this special bonus episode, Suze announces a great new opportunity where you can help those in need and get something special for yourself.
While Suze and KT are on their way back from KT’s birthday fishing trip, this episode contains questions from this past year, all about real estate.
The sharp rise in the rate of inflation has likely taken a painful extra bite out of your household’s cash flow.
Since this episode comes out on KT’s birthday, Suze prepared a special set of questions all about gifting Series I bonds.
Inflation is front and center wherever we turn
The summer school break just might be serving up the best opportunity for you to step up and deliver one of the most valuable money lessons.
On today’s podcast of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions about canceling credit cards, better savings options, car leases, robo advisors and so much more!
You know I am a big believer in “hope for the best, plan for the worst.” And right now you really need to get serious about planning for a recession.
On the day of the Super Bowl, Suze talks about the importance of rising above your own limitations and living a life you love. Plus, it’s time for a new theme song.
On this podcast of Ask KT & Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners Gabrielle, Tinece, Jessica, Rebecca and more, selected and read by KT.
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.
In this episode, we’ll hear highlights from “The Dollar of the Decades” where Suze talked about how our financial needs change as we age. She explained why every dollar counts and why we need to
Here’s my simple holiday wish for each and every one of you: I hope that you are able to truly enjoy the holidays.
When it comes to saving for retirement, I know you know what you should be doing. And I also know that sometimes you can fall short of what you know is best.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Lisa, Allisa, Beau, Catherine, Gabriel, Tammy, Kim, Ruth and Erin, selected and read by KT.
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.
I have some good news for those of you who don’t have health insurance or were laid off and opted to keep your old employer’s coverage through COBRA.
On this podcast edition of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Victoria, Monica, Diana, Jen, Jorge, Melissa & Jen, and Marybeth selected and read by KT.
On this podcast, we get an update from Suze on the latest with GameStop and then we go to “Suze School” about investing in Bitcoin.
On this podcast, Suze announces a major initiative she has been working on for months! Imagine how great it would be if you could get paid to save your money instead of spend it.
On this podcast, Suze talks to us about ending the year during very uncertain financial times.
The main message of this podcast features Suze explaining that, even though times are especially hard right now, we need to stay strong and not make excuses for poor financial decisions.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners selected and read by KT. We hear from Elizabeth, Shirley, Maria, Tom, Joan, Heidi, Delie and Ashlynn.
On this episode of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners selected and read by KT.
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.
In this episode, Suze talks about the financial and emotional costs of freedom. She reminds us to stay focused, strong, and safe.
In this podcast, Suze outlines the three enemies of wealth: fear, desire, and greed. She then goes on to explain how we can defeat each of them so we can live a life of true wealth.
I want to make sure that all of you are up to date on my recommendations for the smartest credit card moves if your household is dealing with a loss of income during the current crisis.
Even before this crisis upended our lives, building financial security was something many of you struggled with. The bills get paid, maybe a little gets saved, but you feel like you can never really g
In this podcast, Suze explains what is happening with the three markets that affect our lives the most: the real estate market (including interest rates), the stock market, and the job market.
I know some of you have already lost your jobs as the economy reels from the impact of the coronavirus crisis. And many more of you are worried about a job loss or sharply reduced hours.
In today’s podcast, Suze opens up with a heartfelt and frank conversation about what is really going on right now, in response to the COVID-19 crisis and the need to save every penny.
In today’s podcast, Suze reviews why, with the Coronavirus affecting people’s jobs, it’s so important to make sure you save your money, especially if you may find yourself out of work.
In today’s podcast, Suze shares stories meant to teach and inspire us all to rise above, from Women & Money listeners Kay and Terry.
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 of Ask Suze Anything, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners Elizabeth, Jeff, and Ada.
Thanksgiving has become the start of a season of overindulgence for many people. This year, I want you to take a different path.
If money is not the key to happiness, then what is? Do you have the confidence to attract money?
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, we hear questions from Women & Money listeners Dawn, Diana, Eric, Maria, and Barbara.
Why are we so afraid to talk with our family about our money?
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.
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.
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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 Sharon, Jennifer, Regina, Sherry, and Diane.
In today’s podcast, Suze shares with you the book that set her on the path to financial freedom.
This episode of Ask Suze Anything is dedicated to information about retirement accounts, as Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners: Kayla, Janeece, Krissy, Ashleigh, Jackelyn, Letty, and
I don’t even need to ask you if you want to save more money. Of course you do. And yet, it can be so hard to get started and stay committed. I get it.
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.
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...
In this episode, Suze talks about her recent one-woman show at the Apollo Theater in New York City and reflects on a question she received from the audience.
There’s a wonderful fight going on that will make winners of investors who are paying attention.
What are your obstacles to wealth? What are the gatekeepers to wealth? In today’s episode, Suze tells the story of a woman she attempted to help.
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.
Whether you identify as Republican, Democrat, or Independent, there is a unifying message in the fallout from the federal government shutdown: every one of us must prepare for the unexpected...
Did you land a year-end bonus? Even better, a nice raise? Or, perhaps you’ve been working a side gig and have some extra income to put to work? Also, I know many of you will soon be receiving...
One of the best ways to protect yourself from identify thieves is now free of charge. Beginning in late September, Equifax, Experian and TransUnion began offering consumers the ability to place an
For all of you who are happily married, or in a committed relationship with a man, I have two thoughts:
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.
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.
Saving for retirement is job 1, 2, and 3 as far as I concerned. What you manage to save today obviously plays a big role in what you have to enjoy your tomorrows.
When was the last time you checked that your investments still reflected your long-term investment strategy?
How much you manage to save for retirement, and how you choose to invest your retirement savings play big roles in determining how comfortable your retirement will be. But once you are retired,
If you just overdid it on the holiday spending, please do your very best to buckle down and pay off the balance as quickly as possible to avoid rising interest rate charges.
If you’re honest, I am confident you would tell me that you wish you could spend less around the holidays. This has nothing to do with being a Scrooge. But you also know from experience, that you end up spending way more than you intended. Not necessarily because you were extravagant. Quite often it’s just the sheer number of people in your life that you exchange gifts with, that can add up.
You know I am a big believer that a Roth Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is the best way to save for retirement. And for my money, I think Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are an ideal way to invest the money in your IRA.