Suze Orman Lesbian Financial Expert:
Suze Orman Comes Out:
NYT Magazine: Are you married?
Suze Orman: I’m in a relationship with life. My life is just out there. I’m on the road every day. I love my life.
Meaning what? Do you live with anyone?
K.T. is my life partner. K.T. stands for Kathy Travis. We’re going on seven years. I have never been with a man in my whole life. I’m still a 55-year-old virgin.
Suze Orman Comes Out for GLBT Financial Equal Rights:
Would you like to get married to K.T.?
Yes. Absolutely. Both of us have millions of dollars in our name. It’s killing me that upon my death, K.T. is going to lose 50 percent of everything I have to estate taxes. Or vice versa.
Best-Selling Author Suze Orman:
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Financial Advice from Suze Orman:
From the San Francisco Chronicle:"Money has a force to it, an energy field, and I think it responds to you in the same way a human being does. Sometimes it's healthy; sometimes it doesn't feel well. It's attracted to your inner state. When you're feeling great and powerful, money's attracted to you, and when you're feeling powerless and depressed, money is repelled from you."
Financial Advice for Women:
- Max out on your retirement savings options.
- Have an eight-month emergency cash fund.
- Keep at least one credit card in your name only.
- Make sure you have enough life insurance.
- Own a home outright.
From Suze Orman's Column on Yahoo.com
Addressing the Gay and Lesbian Community:When accepting an award from the Human Rights Campaign Suze Orman said to the audience, "Money speaks volumes, people. It speaks louder than you have any idea. And for you and me and all of us to truly change what’s going on in this world you have got to be financially powerful. You cannot be in debt; you cannot have financial bondage if you want to set yourselves free." (Source: Advocate magazine)
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