Suze Orman Net Worth

Suze Orman Net Worth : $35 Million


An American Author, Motivational Speaker, Financial Advisor and Television Host



Source of Wealth


Date of Birth

June 5, 1951


Received a B.A. in Social Work from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Marital Status


Suze Orman’s Income & Total Net Worth

Suze Orman, founder of Suze Orman Financial Group, has an estimated net worth of $35 million. She accumulated her net worth as a financial advisor for Merrill Lynch, and also as a vice president of Prudential Bache Securities. She appeared in various TV shows.  She also had her own television show named “The Suze Orman Show”. Apart from this, she has also written several books.

Properties: Private Fortune

Suze Orman, the financial advisor’s private fortune includes the magnificent castle near Fort Lauderable, Florida. It costs around $1 million. She also owns a home in San Francisco, California, which priced $7000, 000. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom. Its current value is $2.4 million (approx.).

Suze Orman’s Career

Suze, after finishing her school, worked as a waitress. She borrowed around $52,000 from her friends to open a restaurant. Until 1983, she was an account executive for Merrill Lynch. After that, she worked at Prudential Bache Securities as the vice president of investments. In 1987, she created “Suze Orman Financial Group” in California.


She wrote several books, such as “The Nine Steps to Financial Freedom”, “You Earned It, Don’t Lose It: Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make When You Retire” and “The Courage to Be Rich”. She launched her book “Women and Money: Owning the Power to Control Your Destiny” on the Oprah Winfrey show. She is also an author of the Costco Connection Magazine and ‘Money Matters’ on Yahoo.

Awards and Honours

Orman won “Gracie Award” for the outstanding host in 2006, on “the Suze Orman Show” on CNBC. The Alliance for Women in Media awarded her with six “Gracie Awards”. She also won the “Daytime Emmy Award” for outstanding service show host for “The Laws of Money”, “The Lessons of Life” and “The Money Show for The Young Fabulous & Broke”.