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With a live studio audience surrounding the set, on Tuesday evening Piers Morgan welcomed financial guru Suze Orman to share her expertise on a bevy of topics, in the process answering questions from those in attendance, and also responding to inquiries submitted via social media.
As part of a debate with Ryan Anderson, and on the backdrop of ongoing Supreme Court arguments relating to Proposition 8, the host of CNBC's "The Suze Orman Show" explained the disadvantages of not having same-sex marriage recognition at the federal level.
"There is also tremendous economic disadvantages to not being able to be married," said Orman. "While it is true that every state can say (that does the nine states,) you can legally get married, it means nothing on the federal level."
"As a legally married couple on a federal level, K.T. [Orman's partner] would be able to collect half my Social Security. Upon my death, she would get my entire Social Security. But not now. We don't get to participate at all."
Orman showered praises for Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg and her book "Lean In" noting, "If they [Sandberg's critcs] really read the book, they would understand that what she said is absolutely true."
"Women need to help each other up. Women need to be, you know, really the best cheerleader for somebody else saying great, that happened to you, I love that for you."
In classic Orman fashion, the financial guru answered questions from the studio audience and gave advice on personal finance including advice on handling bankruptcy.
"If you are claiming bankruptcy, you have got to learn," Orma advised. "Because if you get yourself into that situation again, if you go out and you rack up all this credit card debt and all this stuff again, and you have to claim bankruptcy again, then I say shame on you."