Suze Orman's Women & Money (And Everyone Smart Enough To Listen)

Suze Orman Media

Take a priceless journey into your life and the life of your money with the most recognized personal finance expert in the world today.  Acclaimed for her revolutionary approach to money, Suze Orman has garnered millions of fans whose lives have been transformed by following her unique advice.  In about 30 minutes, you’ll learn how to go within yourself to see why you are doing without and that you cannot fix a financial problem with money.

Suze brings over 40 years of experience to help you be more and therefore have more.   If you don’t have the money you want in your life, subscribe now to one of the most popular podcasts in America and find out why. The choice is up to you.

New episodes drop Thursdays and Sundays.

Join Suze’s free podcast Community by downloading the Women & Money App on the Apple App Store or Google Play, where you can search past episodes, ask Suze questions (that if chosen will be answered on the podcast) take classes and communicate with each other and possibly Suze herself.

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Our Editor's Take

Suze Orman's Women & Money (And Everyone Smart Enough to Listen) is a podcast for people who want to make wise investments. New episodes come out every Sunday and Thursday. The episodes last about 30 minutes.

Suze Orman is well known in the world of personal finance. From 2002 to 2015, she hosted The Suze Orman Show on CNBC. She has written ten New York Times bestsellers. Suze also hosts PBS specials explaining money issues. Before that, she ran her own investment firm and worked for big financial groups. Her knowledge and understanding of financial markets is extensive. This podcast continues her conversation with listeners.

The world of finance can be intimidating at first. Even with a financial advisor, it's hard to tell if one's money is safe from market fluctuations. Suze herself got bad financial advice early in her career. So she is passionate about explaining these concepts. Suze Orman's Women & Money talks about methods of managing investments. Suze talks about concepts like Series I bonds and Money Market Funds. She also reveals how not signing up for a 401(k) can mean leaving money on the table.

No concept is too simple or too complex for Suze. She's as happy explaining how interest works as why Silicon Valley Bank collapsed. For economic forecasts, she sometimes defers to guests. Former FDIC Chair Sheila Blair explains why bank runs can no longer happen. Musician Jimmy Buffett even makes an appearance.

Every other show is for listener questions. In "Ask Suze and KT Anything," Suze and her wife and business partner answer questions. People who find it hard to save get tips on how to start. Suze and KT talk about when to fire a financial advisor. They also address how to conquer a fear of money.

Suze Orman's Women & Money (And Everyone Smart Enough to Listen) provides an abundance of information in small bits. People may choose to listen every day to build their financial literacy over time. They may also select a particular episode that is useful to them at a given moment. Either way, they will hear an entertaining podcast.

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