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If you've watched personal finance expert Suze Orman on television, you know she doesn't mince words when it comes to telling people to get their financial house in order. If you're a chaotic mess, so will your money be. Orman even challenged one woman who'd confessed to her earlier that she was a "financial wreck" despite being a CPA, to own up to her financial shortcomings on stage before the nearly people gathered.
You either love her, hate her or really hate her. In truth, a lot of her advice is really good stuff. But some of it is teetering on the edge, and some advice is just plain bad.
I've finally healed from my heartbreak over Ellen DeGeneres being gay and married to a woman and I am struck with another blow. I guess that movement to have Piers deported did not work out. Suze was the lady I remember from when I used to watch TV.
To mark Tax Day, financial expert Suze Orman writes about the financial inequalities gay and lesbian Americans face in our country:. But, even if every state in the country could pass a similar legislation, it would not be enough. What we need is for our federal government to step up and make this basic right a law of the land.
Americans still want, they crave, they have to have. On her show, Orman often takes on the role of the family killjoy, a figure most infuriating when her logic is irrefutable. This was a surprise.
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Out and proud financial guru Suze Orman dropped by HuffPost Live this week, where she offered her advice to young professionals who may be feeling the pressure to hide their sexuality in today's business world. All these men were comfortable with it because I was comfortable with it," Orman recalled. Pointing indirectly to the political and social gains that the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT community has made since her early years, Orman added, "If you could just be comfortable in your own skin, if you could just say who you are as if it's not a big deal