Suze Orman is America’s matriarch of money.
Her Women & Money podcast speaks directly to all mothers, daughters, grandmothers, sisters, and wives out there who want more control over their finances.
Every episode of Women & Money works to empower women to control their destiny by providing them with practical and honest advice.
Take a look at the best Women & Money episodes below! You won’t regret it.
Table of Contents
- 1 The 5 Mistakes You Need To Avoid With Your $
- 2 Broke No More
- 3 The Money Mind
- 4 The Three Money Moves You Don’t Want To Make
- 5 The Eight Qualities To Create A Life Of Wealth
- 6 Suze School: Investing For Retirement
- 7 The Richest Advice Ever
- 8 Shattering The Money Myths
- 9 Getting Real With Your Money During The COVID-19 Crisis
- 10 Give Yourself Credit
- 11 Suze School: What To Do in 2022
- 12 Inflation Strikes Again
- 13 Ask Suze & KT Anything: Are Millennials Doomed?
- 14 Suze School: Own The Power To Control Your Destiny
- 15 Ask Suze & KT Anything: What Safe Investments Can I Make?
The 5 Mistakes You Need To Avoid With Your $
The road to being financially stable and responsible can be a rocky one. That’s why a growing number of people are turning to financial advisors.
But are all financial advisors created equally? And, do you need to be cautious of anything when meeting with one?
In this episode of Women and Money, Suze Orman delves into the five mistakes you must avoid when dealing with financial advisors.
She also explores the argument that posits that your mind makes you poor.
Broke No More
When you’re young and starting in a low-paid job, it’s common to believe that in a few years, once you’ve worked your way up and received a few promotions, you will no longer feel broke.
But, for many people, it doesn’t work that way.
You will always feel broke if you don’t manage your finances properly, regardless of how much money you make.
In this episode, Suze explores the causes of this phenomenon and what can be done to change it.
The Money Mind
This episode will change your life if you feel like you aren’t getting anywhere with your finances.
Sometimes, when all other routes have been exhausted, it is necessary to look within yourself and see if a change of perspective is essential.
In this episode, Suze discusses the three simple steps you need to take to live comfortably within your means.
She encourages the listener to make positive choiceston become secure and financially independent.
The Three Money Moves You Don’t Want To Make
For many people, the thought of having a conversation with family and friends about personal finances can be terrifying.
For most people, these kinds of conversations are off the cards entirely. However, they can be substantial.
In this episode, Suze shares a few conversations that she has had with her family and friends about their finances.
It is clear that these people should have had the courage to reach out and ask Suze for advice, but they opted not to – and now they’re paying the price.
The Eight Qualities To Create A Life Of Wealth
Don’t let the title fool you; this episode isn’t necessarily about creating a particularly extravagant life.
Instead, Suze defines a life of wealth as both a life of financial stability and internal riches.
She argues that the eight qualities of harmony, balance, courage, generosity, happiness, cleanliness, beauty, and wisdom need to work together smoothly and inpeacey before money can follow.
Suze School: Investing For Retirement
Investing and retirement are topics of conversation that many young people like to avoid – and it’s no surprise why!
These topics can be challenging to understand and quite intimidating! If you feel this way, this episode will help you to overcome this problem.
In this episode, Suze discusses everything you need to know about planning for retirement.
You might want to keep a pen and paper handy because she covers a vast range of practical advice you will want to remember!
The Richest Advice Ever
The world of money and finance seems to be saturated with men.
While it can be inspiring to listen to people’s financial success stories, it can be tiring and uninspiring if none of these people ever look like you or have a similar lived experience.
In this episode, Suze shares the advice that set her on her path to financial freedom.
This episode is ideal for anyone who wants to feel encouraged and inspired to take steps on their journey to financial freedom.
Shattering The Money Myths
Money is often perceived as a taboo and over-complicated topic. Consequently, it’s easy to fall into the trap of believing money myths that can significantly hold you back.
Suze aims to quash all common money myths and misconceptions in this episode.
She talks about many money myths that Women & Money listeners have voiced concern about.
Suze listens to her audience members’ misconceptions without judgment and aims to ensure they all have the necessary tools to make sound financial decisions.
Getting Real With Your Money During The COVID-19 Crisis
The COVID-19 crisis affected all facets of life. But, it significantly affected everyone’s finances.
Making conservative financial decisions in such a volatile and unpredictable time is imperative.
In this episode, Suze has an open, honest, and heartfelt discussion about the COVID-19 crisis and the need to save as much money as possible.
She also discusses the importance of investing.
Give Yourself Credit
The world of credit cards can be tough to navigate. A credit card can do wonders for your credit score and future financial success when used correctly.
But, when they aren’t understood or misused, credit cards can be hazardous.
In this episode, Suze provides her listeners with everything they need to know about credit cards.
She covers what a FICO score is, what an ideal score should be, and most importantly, how to improve it.
She also discusses what happens to credit after divorce.
Suze School: What To Do in 2022
This year has been challenging for everyone. As inflation strikes again, most people are left confused and worried about their future.
If you’re wondering what the rest of the year holds, Suze will provide you with some forecasts.
According to her, what’s happening in the world now is much different than what was happening during the pandemic.
Whether you’re interested in learning about bitcoin, the recession, or the stock market – this episode covers it all.
Inflation Strikes Again
Are you worried about the future of your finances?
Tune in to hear Suze Orman’s expert advice on protecting yourself from inflation and its effects on the stock market.
She’ll also explain how to make the most of your social security benefits and offers some great tips on conserving money during these challenging times.
This episode contains information that will help you secure your financial future, so check it out.
Ask Suze & KT Anything: Are Millennials Doomed?
It’s no secret that millennials are struggling financially. They have more student loan debt than any other generation, earning 20% less than their parents at the same age.
So if you’re a millennial (or know one), listen to this episode!
On Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners about various money topics. You’ll want to tune in to hear her advice on 403s, annuities, rising home costs, and more.
Suze School: Own The Power To Control Your Destiny
Most people feel like they don’t have control over their financial destiny.
If you’re one of them, Suze School has the answers!
In this episode, Suze provides clear steps we can take now to ensure our financial security in these turbulent markets. As always, she’s an excellent host who offers valuable insight and advice.
Although the podcast mainly targets women, this episode is great for anyone!
Ask Suze & KT Anything: What Safe Investments Can I Make?
What makes the Women & Money podcast stand out are its Q&A episodes. The hosts answer popular financial questions and provide their listeners with practical explanations.
Are you thinking of investing but not sure where to start? This is the episode for you.
You will learn how to make wise investment choices to keep your money safe.
Suze and KT bring you answers about student loans, dividend-paying stocks, inheritance, and more!