Suze Orman Reacts: Living On $118K A Year In Philadelphia | Millennial Money

10-Dek, 2020
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"Women in Money" host Suze Orman gives her first reaction to an episode of "Millennial Money" that features Roy Patterson, a 31-year-old making $118,000 a year in Philadelphia, PA. He works as an IT project management lead at Cigna Health. He also watched Suze Orman every Saturday night as a kid with his mom and learned from her throughout his adult life.
Watch Roy's full episode here: cnb.cx/2JVuSCT
Personal finance expert Suze Orman has nothing but compliments for Roy Patterson.
The 31-year-old paid off over $55,000 in student loan debt in four years by foregoing dinners out, vacations and new clothing while increasing his income year after year. Now that he's debt-free, the former Philadelphia resident is focused on building up his net worth. Overall, Orman is impressed. "Learn from this man," she says.
It helps that Patterson considers Orman something of a money mentor. During his senior year of college, Patterson and his mother watched Orman's CNBC show every week. Orman's "tough love" approach resonated with him and inspired him to tackle his debt.
"I can't criticize somebody who really spent most of his time watching me," Orman jokes.
Here are Orman's big takeaways from Patterson's financial journey.
Be careful with student loan debt
Orman applauds Patterson's dedication to paying off his student loans and becoming debt-free.
"What Roy obviously heard me say... is that student loan debt is the most dangerous debt that you can have because in most cases it's not dischargeable in bankruptcy," she says. "If there was one debt that you really wanted to get out of, that would be your student loan debt."
Score easy savings wins
Patterson enjoys eating out, but also makes a point to cook many meals at home. He has been learning how to make Jamaican cuisine, which his dad often made for him and his family growing up.
"You all waste so much money going out to eat," Orman says. "I'm a very wealthy woman and I don't like to go out to eat because I don't like to waste money. I value every single penny that I have. So cook at home, save money, it's just that simple."
Be smart with side hustles
Patterson has big plans to grow his net worth, including one day buying a rental property. But Orman says to be careful. There's a big difference between buying a place to live and buying a place you hope to turn a profit on.
She suggests saving up both a 20% down payment and at least a year's worth of emergency expenses for the rental property before buying.
"Look at what happened during Covid," she says. "If you're financing this and you have a mortgage payment and your tenant can't pay you for whatever reason, you have to be able to carry all the payments on that for at least a year."
That warning aside, Orman sees great things in Patterson's financial future.
"I love this guy. I want him to be my son," Orman says. "So proud of him."
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Suze Orman Reacts: Living On $118K A Year In Philadelphia | Millennial Money

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  • He is GORGEOUS

    Colin BradyColin Brady28 kun oldin
  • can graham please react to this!!

    Camille VigilCamille VigilOy oldin
  • So many people say invest roth ira, why don't someone show what to invest In geez and how to open a roth ira

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  • This video made my day!!! I’m a huge Suze Orman fan, been watching her since my first job in high school as an IHOP waitress. Now I’m a big Roy fan! Thanks for bringing something positive to the feed.

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  • My husband is a manager and makes x2 what I make. We pool our money in one 'pot' and pay our expenses, savings from there. No proportioning according to each salary since we're a team.. Works for us. We also each get a little bit of spending money per month.

    nooks12nooks12Oy oldin
  • This man does not have childcare costs or college/University loans to pay back. If he did, he wouldn't be saving half of his paycheck!

    nooks12nooks12Oy oldin
    • Well, he is saving half of his paycheck and that’s definitely something to be proud about. He chose not to have any children at that point, because it’s a big expense and he chose to get serious and pay down his student loans. No one told others to rack up lots of debt and have children. He’s doing incredible and he’s made conscious decisions to be able to save that amount.

      Leah McDermottLeah McDermott3 kun oldin
  • Suze loving roy so far, I love it

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  • This was so good.

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  • Nobody: Suze: Did you hear that? Yes girl we are watching the same video! 🤣

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    • Lmao 😂😂😩

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  • Geesh he cant cover the rent?! 😂😂😂 Other than that hes doing great though

    ChynaChynaOy oldin
    • No! He should not cover the rent! People care more if they have to pay their way, partial or completely. If she's too broke to pay $525 per month rent then she needs to go.

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    • All ears

      Rituparnna MishraRituparnna MishraOy oldin
  • I too watched Suze O every Saturday at 9p she motivated me in so many ways. I paid my home off completely and became F.I.R.E. I was kinda expecting her to say "You Have Been Approved" at the end:-) Great job Roy keep it up!

    Kim DavisKim DavisOy oldin
  • lmao she called him boyfrienddd

    anonymousanonymousOy oldin
  • Thx!😸

    Stevens LabbeStevens LabbeOy oldin
  • Wow she studied social work? I'm proud of her.

    Colorful CodesColorful CodesOy oldin
  • Susie I’ve loved you forever Nice video

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  • Don't know who she is but she seems cool

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  • wait wait...@suze why did you mention life insurance? He doesn't have kids, why would he need life insurance - only the 4 important documents that you mentioned.

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    • And if he decides to get married and have kids later on, at least he will have it and have a lower premium since he got it at a younger age.

      T ST SOy oldin
    • I think everyone should have life insurance. However to answer your question, his parents or relatives may have some dependence on him. Not just his future kids

      Mahlatse Phasha-MtsweniMahlatse Phasha-MtsweniOy oldin
  • Suze Orman sells who to become successful but she herself uses a different strategy.

    John Y.John Y.2 oy oldin
    • What? What are you trying to say? What do you mean?

      marie c.marie c.Oy oldin
  • Love Ms. Orman. Too much drama, click bait. Ugh!

    Major Old Lady aka, MomMajor Old Lady aka, Mom2 oy oldin
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  • I was in the same situation 10 years ago ,when I graduated college..BSN Nurse .i was a executive assistant while in college.I listened to my Grandparents i wised up pay my student loan off , and start reading Suzie Ottoman books took some notes and Prioritize my life tremendously. I cleaned up my credit pay off debt . I’m saving more money invested a little in stocks for my retirement,I also Cut off things I didn’t need. Like cable ,cook at home more .Buy things I need in cash ,don’t use my cards .I’m doing alright now, I can rest easy now 🙌🏾thank you for your advice, Grandma and Grandpa in Heaven watching over me 😇🙏❤️I love you so much Thank you Suzzie Ottoman for your amazing knowledge..❤️👏👏👏👏

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    • Nurse - Suze's last name is ORMAN! ...Not Ottoman 😆🤣 you're smart, please go back and correct your spelling. "ORMAN" is in the title of the video!😆

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  • Thinking about money all the time is a waste of our finite existence. This is the epitome of alienation.

    hachmejohachmejo2 oy oldin
  • Suze is a boomer who unknowingly is perpetuating an ideology which is leading to societal collapse. She thinks she's a good person. But her ideas are killing us all.

    hachmejohachmejo2 oy oldin
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      steesteeOy oldin
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  • Bring graham on. We need his reaction.

    Abbas shaikhAbbas shaikh2 oy oldin
  • Omg I’m so happy to see Suze Orman! I grew up watching her too and was so sad when the show stopped! Love her enthusiasm about money and her philosophies! Great video! ❤️❤️

    egee1010egee10102 oy oldin
  • I’m 25 and listened to my grandpas advice... open a Roth IRA. I know I will be thankful later on

    Kaetlin McGeeKaetlin McGee2 oy oldin
    • Thats what my math teacher did at 21, retired from being a college professor at 51.

      Ms Keysha IMs Keysha IOy oldin
  • More of Suze’s reactions please!! She’s incredible to watch

    bluemascara1bluemascara12 oy oldin
  • You know Graham is going to be all over this sooner than you think.

    Athan DatuAthan Datu2 oy oldin
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  • Suze is a fake, fraud, and a scammer. Just take a close look at her past. Remember her debit card? Don’t be fooled by her.

    Goat78Goat782 oy oldin
  • For the housing part, as a single, I can’t make my housing so low (less than $1000) unless I am willing to have roommates. It is hard for someone at his/her 30s to live with roommates as well. So the housing is limited by one’s relationship status. Other than the housing, lowering other costs is doable.

    SupersnowSupersnow2 oy oldin
  • I want Graham to view this video 👍

    Jorge VasquezJorge Vasquez2 oy oldin
  • I MISS SUZE!!!! We need more Suze!

    Kevin CranmerKevin Cranmer2 oy oldin
  • I don't like her. Scammer

    Che EgbunaChe Egbuna2 oy oldin
    • I 💯% agreed with you. Many people have forgotten about her debit cards. She is trying to reinvent herself.

      Goat78Goat782 oy oldin
  • Congratulations on your success Roy. Great that you save and invest so much.

    K SK S2 oy oldin
  • He has money 💰 because he is working for a company that is robbing Americans at gunpoint. 🔫👨‍⚕️💰🏦 Here in America it's better to let a medical bill go to collections and negotiate the bill then to actually have health insurance.

    Chris Lane JonesChris Lane Jones2 oy oldin
  • As always GREAT ADVICES Suze 😊👏👏👏

    ciel222ciel2222 oy oldin
  • @Graham Reacts to Suze Orman Reacts...... wait what!

    Alejandro CapoteAlejandro Capote2 oy oldin
  • CNBC, I quintupled my salary in 5 years. At age 29, I have a million dollars in asset. I came from a low income family.

    pakigangsta5pakigangsta52 oy oldin
  • Is Susie O and Donald Trump dating?? Because they had the whole Cheetoes looking thing going on. Lol

    ZaZuiCs & CoMpaNyZaZuiCs & CoMpaNy2 oy oldin
  • I'm hoping to join the 6 figure club soon.

    Tior-Arian: The Eclectic QueerTior-Arian: The Eclectic Queer2 oy oldin
  • Yeah, Philly is easy. Living off of 30k a year and own 2 homes.

    m dm d2 oy oldin
  • Should Young people invest in Bitcoin?

    Patrice PavardPatrice Pavard2 oy oldin
    • Marcos is becoming so helpful

      Donaldson GabrielDonaldson Gabriel2 oy oldin
    • I made 4btc in less than 14days of day trading with 0.8btc.His shareware works.

      Rashford AlbertRashford Albert2 oy oldin
    • All I wanna do is study his strategy,I wanna know what makes him unique and most importantly earn some good money

      Scot BrownScot Brown2 oy oldin
    • I'm also a beneficiary of marcos scheme.the outcome has been so good , All the way from canada

      Emily SophiaEmily Sophia2 oy oldin
    • Been following marcos from the start have learned so much

      Ernest WesleyErnest Wesley2 oy oldin
  • I don't know who needs to hear this but stop saving all your money. Invest some of it if you want financial freedom.

    Bruno GonzalezBruno Gonzalez2 oy oldin
    • @Yared Gizaw thanks for the advice but I've contacted she offered her brokerage advice so far so good it's been going well..

      Oliver StonesOliver Stones2 oy oldin
    • @Oliver Stones I will tell you to buy mutual funds and bonds if you're not that confident in investing. mutual funds and bonds tend to be safe, unlike crypto and forex. for someone that doesn't have to invest experience ill never recmmoned forex to crypto.

      Yared GizawYared Gizaw2 oy oldin
    • @Oliver Stones the easiest strategies are ETFs or a high dividend portfolio

      TheVirtualStealthTheVirtualStealth2 oy oldin
    • @tarikthetrader . Thanks so much for this... I really appreciate. I'll message her now

      What Happened To Common SenseWhat Happened To Common Sense2 oy oldin
    • I'm interested... I'd like to invest too

      What Happened To Common SenseWhat Happened To Common Sense2 oy oldin
  • That was dumb to pay that off since the interest rate is probably lower than 401k return

    no nameno name2 oy oldin
  • I just loved the way Roy went on to explore other sector!! Also his post graduate was funded by his firm!! Amazing!!! 🎉

    Dr. Nabankita R. C.Dr. Nabankita R. C.2 oy oldin
  • Can’t wait for Graham Stephan to react to Suze Orman reacting to Roy.

    CalabarSweetiiCalabarSweetii2 oy oldin
  • He's working at Cigna.. Pretty sure he is insured and covered.

    cranky_cherrycranky_cherry2 oy oldin
    • @Erik Sutton why should that matter I do web development.

      Chris Lane JonesChris Lane JonesOy oldin
    • @Chris Lane Jones He does IT

      Erik SuttonErik SuttonOy oldin
    • He also makes bank because the company he is working for is literally robbing Americans left and right. You don't need to rob a bank when you could just own an insurance company.

      Chris Lane JonesChris Lane Jones2 oy oldin
  • Are those teeth real suze??

    MTMT2 oy oldin
  • Suze is a scammer.

    Scott JohnsonScott Johnson2 oy oldin
  • I'm Barbara and I'm not in this video.for that reason I'm out

    KiraKira2 oy oldin
    • Lmaooooooo

      StylinSis3189StylinSis3189Oy oldin
  • "i have a lot of money but i don't like going out to eat" buttttt prime rib made by someone else hits different!!! jkjk

    JERCHROMEJERCHROME2 oy oldin
  • I lost my job because of the pandemic. So I started a meditation and healing channel 🙏🏽

    GoodfeelGoodfeel2 oy oldin
  • 31 years old, and have a grey patch?

    Saul GoodmanSaul Goodman2 oy oldin
    • @Tifi Paul Birthmarks are not grey.

      Saul GoodmanSaul GoodmanOy oldin
    • I've seen kids with that grey patch. It's called birthmark when a young person has it. Graying prematurely is often linked to genetics as well.

      Tifi PaulTifi PaulOy oldin
    • Birthmark ppl. Even 20 years old have great hair from lack or sleeping for instead or other stress. You can have money and be stress by the way just a side note hehehe. I’m just here to learn. 😬

      Emefa ErikaEmefa Erika2 oy oldin
    • @DevNerdGirl ‘ A grey birthmark?

      Saul GoodmanSaul Goodman2 oy oldin
    • Looks like a birthmark.

      DevNerdGirl ‘DevNerdGirl ‘2 oy oldin
  • $750 for food?

    Saul GoodmanSaul Goodman2 oy oldin
    • Depends on what you cook, ingredients used, where you shop, and how you shop. If you don't look for sales/plan ahead and just purchase items things at regular price it can add up,

      Reese JReese JOy oldin
    • @dayal smikle If you cook at home, how can you spend $750 for food? Even whole food don't charge that much.

      Saul GoodmanSaul Goodman2 oy oldin
    • 750 for food and cooks at home

      dayal smikledayal smikle2 oy oldin
  • The original episode was great, and this reaction was wholesome and awesome!

    Dana YiDana Yi2 oy oldin
    • Thank you very much !

      Roy PattersonRoy Patterson2 oy oldin
  • You go Roy! You're a rock star!

    ngoalpongoalpo2 oy oldin
    • Thank you !

      Roy PattersonRoy Patterson2 oy oldin
  • I wonder why he doesn’t max out his Roth IRA instead of putting into a brokerage account

    Dan TranDan Tran2 oy oldin
    • @Roy Patterson I’m sure you’ll start having to do the backdoor soon anyways! Maybe even by next year?? You seem like someone that would enjoy the FIRE community

      Dan TranDan Tran2 oy oldin
    • That was exactly it, I was concerned that I may have to do a backdoor Roth, but you’re right my 401K contribution will mitigate my income threshold. Thanks for the encouragement!

      Roy PattersonRoy Patterson2 oy oldin
    • @Roy Patterson nice that’s awesome!! Were you worried about hitting the Roth IRA phase out with your new income increase? Traditional 401K’s always help with MAGI! You’re doing a great job

      Dan TranDan Tran2 oy oldin
    • I actually did max it out. I was concerned about tax ramifications due to my increased income (not mentioned) but I got that taken care of !

      Roy PattersonRoy Patterson2 oy oldin
  • 20% down and 8 months' worth of mortgage?!?!?!

    Lonnell E.Lonnell E.2 oy oldin
  • It also helps that he lives in one of the most affordable American cities, Philadelphia

    Barry WilliamsBarry Williams2 oy oldin
    • Suburbs of Philadelphia are affordable. Properties downtown are small and $500,000-$2 million.

      ProjectM97ProjectM972 oy oldin
  • I've always loved Suze's advice about how partners should divide their expenses. I don't know why so many people still do 50/50 when they're not earning the same income.

    Natalie FontaneNatalie Fontane2 oy oldin
    • @Alice Monkey Nah. He didn't make that much money. I just only make enough money to cover my bills and not go into debt while in school

      TheKarebear666TheKarebear6662 oy oldin
    • Definitely agree. I was splitting the bills 50/50 with my ex who made 6x what I was when I was school (had been together for 7yrs before I went back to school) then he had the audacity to get mad at me for not going on as many adventures with him. Boy, I'm working 30hrs a week to pay my bills while doing full time classes with a 9.0 average, I don't have the energy or money to spend time with you. If you want your relationships to last, split proportional to income

      TheKarebear666TheKarebear6662 oy oldin
    • @Alice Monkey we can, we do, and we will. Save this prehistoric view for Dave Ramsey’s channel, please.

      TritoneTricksterTritoneTrickster2 oy oldin
    • Me too! For some reason when I was in my early 20’s I was hooked on this notion that it should be a 50/50 split, even when my bf was on 75K and I was on 25K! It think it was to do with the fact I still felt we’d be using the house the same way but from Suze’s advice I see this completely differently these days. It’s just not viable for some couples.

      TritoneTricksterTritoneTrickster2 oy oldin
  • We need Dave Ramsey Reacts videos!

    Balling on a BudgetBalling on a Budget2 oy oldin
    • True

      Chris Lane JonesChris Lane Jones2 oy oldin
  • I started my career 6 years ago with a total compensation (TC) of around 110k as an engineer. Now my TC is around 300% higher.

    TheReelRealTheReelReal2 oy oldin
    • Wow

      Nalyna NadzNalyna Nadz2 oy oldin
  • Love the content! Very insightful to understand and learn others

    Alwyn John - The Simple InvestorAlwyn John - The Simple Investor2 oy oldin
  • Best episode yet!! Truly beautiful to see how it went full circle from Roy’s family admiring Suze, to Suze giving him kudos and admiring him and his success here 😊

    Jordan HubbardJordan Hubbard2 oy oldin
    • Such a surreal experience

      Roy PattersonRoy Patterson2 oy oldin
  • This is insane! I can’t believe Suze did this ! Thank you so much 😊

    Roy PattersonRoy Patterson2 oy oldin
    • @Rosa T Thank you very much !

      Roy PattersonRoy PattersonOy oldin
    • Your an inspiration! Good job!

      Rosa TRosa TOy oldin
    • @Christopher Page I got you fam. Shoot me an email and subscribe to my channel 😉

      Roy PattersonRoy Patterson2 oy oldin
    • @Roy Patterson Hey Roy can I join the email list too?? 😅

      Christopher PageChristopher Page2 oy oldin
    • @Kevin Hy thanks man, I’m right with you on investing !

      Roy PattersonRoy Patterson2 oy oldin
  • More videos of Suze!

    supermario1124supermario11242 oy oldin
  • Now Graham needs to react to this 👍

    Rene ObeRene Obe2 oy oldin
  • It's so interesting how European student loan debt is so different from American student loan debt. Ours doesn't affect our credit score and is encouraged to pay minimum payments AND it is cancelled after 30 years. No stress to pay it off.

    Yummy FoodYummy Food2 oy oldin
    • @humming bird in some areas yes. But not overall. What country do you hail from? Let me guess Canada.

      no nameno name2 oy oldin
    • @no name your k-12 sucks. it's not even on par with that of developing nations.

      humming birdhumming bird2 oy oldin
    • @Philippa Mylchreest interesting. Thanks for your input. But when you say “provided by the government” you’re saying YOU pay for it. A lot of countries have a VAT tax which everyone pays and it probably pays for the college.

      no nameno name2 oy oldin
    • Australian is different again. Our student loans are provided by the government and repayments come out with tax once you earn a certain amount (and not at all if you never earn above the threshold to pay it back).. in saying that, we have rising costs for university which are moving towards rather than away from the US model... my debt is almost a mortgage and I pity the kids coming through after me.

      Philippa MylchreestPhilippa Mylchreest2 oy oldin
    • @BabyLawyer you’re the one arguing on YT you must not have a life

      no nameno name2 oy oldin
  • What are those things Suze mentions at the end? A living revocable trust, advance directive, etc...

    Lil YashyLil Yashy2 oy oldin
    • Google it.

      Saul GoodmanSaul Goodman2 oy oldin
    • Listen to her podcasts. She goes into depth on these topics there. They are very important.

      Sandra ASandra A2 oy oldin
  • I can’t believe she’s criticizing him for buying an investment property. He’s putting $1,900/mo into liquid savings-so yes, he can manage the payments. The bigger problem is that he’s not maxing out his retirement contributions, to both the Roth IRA and the 401(k).

    Drew ConwayDrew Conway2 oy oldin
    • I’m a nurse and need to start saving in both of these right away

      Nurse DomNurse Dom2 oy oldin
    • Agree with you.. I have her the side eye for that little but significant commentary

      CLEO JONESCLEO JONES2 oy oldin
  • Pretty funny YOU don't like eating out 🤔, didn't you start out as a waitress? What would you have done if no one ate out?

    Millie MouseMillie Mouse2 oy oldin
  • Love it! Is there a full video of Roy?

    Something Worth SeeingSomething Worth Seeing2 oy oldin
  • What are those things Suze mentions at the end? A living revocable trust, advance directive, etc...

    Gerald LabiranGerald Labiran2 oy oldin
    • @dreindenver Thanks

      Gerald LabiranGerald Labiran2 oy oldin
    • financialsolutions.suzeorman.com/willandtrust-go/?gclid=CjwKCAiArIH_BRB2EiwALfbH1Ia8mSsJ41wIcxtEsShy--VqXCddlOYinFPHvdoKOyVZmKzQ4hVXOxoCujwQAvD_BwE

      D WD W2 oy oldin
    • The advance directive is a written document that contains your wishes as to how you want to be medically treated. It makes sure your wishes are carried out if you're unable to communicate with a doctor. A power of attorney is someone you have appointed to handle your finances and healthcare in the event you're not able to. Like when a parent gets to the point when they can no longer take care of their finances, or make decisions regarding their healthcare, or care for themselves. Usually a son or daughter will become the PoA. A living revocable trust is a document that indicates how your assets will be divided when you die.

      dreindenverdreindenver2 oy oldin
  • Suze Orman is telling the truth about eating out. I think I spent around $5K+ in 2019 but i'm at a fraction of that for 2020. It really puts things into perspective:)

    Days with DayVidsDays with DayVids2 oy oldin
    • This year was truly 2020 vision!!!

      nomadic8000nomadic80002 oy oldin
  • Would be great if you could have a virtual coffee with him. Clearly he looks up to you a lot😍

    Mzans XMzans X2 oy oldin
    • @Roy Patterson can you reach back out to CNBC make it and see if they are interested? I don’t see why they would be opposed to it. Btw, I checked out your channel but saw you had no videos uploaded. If you started posting I’d definitely watch! I love your personality!

      H LevinH Levin2 oy oldin
    • Let’s make it happen !

      Roy PattersonRoy Patterson2 oy oldin
    • THIS IS A GREAT IDEA!!!

      H LevinH Levin2 oy oldin
  • Anyone else go back to Graham’s response to this video 😹

    Boat Shoe BobbyBoat Shoe Bobby2 oy oldin
  • Suze sounds like a proud mother in this video 😅

    Iqra MurtazaIqra Murtaza2 oy oldin
  • Who else saw the original episode on mellionial money?

    Sir O'Neil - Personal Finance & Real EstateSir O'Neil - Personal Finance & Real Estate2 oy oldin
    • I did few months ago. A very inspiring story even if I never had debt of my entire life regarding to education (French education)

      Cocos JourneyCocos Journey2 oy oldin
    • Here ^^. It means a lot cause he's from Philly too. Great to see fellow Millennials that are doing well during this time.

      Days with DayVidsDays with DayVids2 oy oldin
  • Keep the music low for god sake..uts basic

    K9 GAMINGK9 GAMING2 oy oldin
  • Suze Orman ? Thumb's down.

    Mar. sMar. s2 oy oldin
  • Nice vid

    Talking lifeTalking life2 oy oldin
  • Nice vid

    Talking lifeTalking life2 oy oldin
  • Nice! Smart guy.

    Miguel Torrez Da GamerMiguel Torrez Da Gamer2 oy oldin
  • 👇 your future millionaires right here!

    Ver Starr - The Commuter ExperienceVer Starr - The Commuter Experience2 oy oldin
    • We all are going to get there. :)

      supriya Narayanisupriya Narayani2 oy oldin
    • Slow and steady! We'll get there soon! Believe it. :)

      Days with DayVidsDays with DayVids2 oy oldin
  • I bet he feels great being debt free.

    Jade Choi - Million Dollar ChallengeJade Choi - Million Dollar Challenge2 oy oldin
  • Hi Graham!

    EvanStudiosEvanStudios2 oy oldin
    • Hey!

      Graham StephanGraham Stephan2 oy oldin
  • First

    Abhiram KidambiAbhiram Kidambi2 oy oldin
    • Congrats

      JazminJazmin2 oy oldin
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