Suze Orman to End CNBC Show, Develop New 'Money Wars' Series

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Her new program will focus on how financial disputes are affecting people's lives

Financial expert Suze Orman is developing a daily show called Suze Orman’s Money Wars for Warner Bros. Telepictures, it was announced Tuesday.

Orman’s long-running CNBC program, The Suze Orman Show, will end in March 2015, the business-news network confirmed Tuesday. It will conclude as the longest-running show in CNBC history.

It's unclear when Orman’s new show will be launched, but a source said it is not likely to be ready by fall 2015.

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According to the announcement, her new show will focus on families, friends and couples whose disputes about money are affecting their lives, with the personal finance expert helping the opposing parties to resolve their issues and put them on the road to financial responsibility.

Orman is the author of nine books that have appeared on The New York Times best-seller list and a columnist whose work has appeared in magazines and online.

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She also co-produced and hosted eight specials for PBS based on her books and was a frequent guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show. She currently contributes to O, The Oprah Magazine.

Orman, a Chicago native, began her career as an investment advisor for Merrill Lynch and other brokerage firms. She began her CNBC show in 2002.