Personal Finance Podcasts
Podcasts have seen a surge in development in recent years. The growth in the industry has led to the investment of podcasts too. There are over 2 million podcasts around the world, and 48 million episodes by the end of December 2021. according to Podcast Hosting.
If you’re trying to create your first budget plan to pay off your debts or save for retirement or getting ready to purchase an apartment, here are podcasts about personal finance that you should check out.
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The Dave Ramsey Show
Dave Ramsey offers advice on the personal and financial aspects of living. He also addresses the concerns of those wanting to learn how to reduce debt and begin building towards a long-term goal. Dave Ramsey offers tips for improving your financial situation to make personal finance and managing finances easy. Dave Ramsey’s goal is to share an approach that anyone can take.
The Clark Howard Podcast
A nationally-syndicated talk show host as well as a consumer reporter for news on TV, Clark Howard aims to enable people to take charge of their finances by offering money-saving tips and consumer tips, as well as special offers and economic information to assist listeners in achieving financial freedom. Clark Howard provides practical tips to help listeners save the money they pay for in the long term as well as “avoid rip-offs” with the intention of helping listeners meet their financial goals, and lead the life they would like to lead financially.
Women and Money
With over 40 years of experience, Suez Oman teaches listeners that they cannot solve their financial problem through money. She inspires listeners to examine who they are, and gives them the power to take charge of their lives. Money, to her, isn’t her primary goal but rather the path to a fulfilling and satisfying life.
As an financial journalist, as well as a journalist and host on TV, Sarnoff Terabit provides listeners with candid discussions on strategies for managing money with the most influential business and thought-leaders like Ariana Huffing ton, Seth Godin as well as Margaret Cho. On Fridays, she answers the concerns of listeners regarding money by asking her questions on Twitter using the hashtag AskFarnoo.
Bigger Pockets Money
The experts in finance Mindy Jensen as well as Scott Trench interview thought leaders on ways to make more money and save more money, spend prudently, and create wealth. Through these conversations, Bigger Pockets Money provides listeners with helpful advice and suggestions to help you get you “financial house” in order.
Paula Pant is the host. Paula Pant interviews a diverse variety of people, such as entrepreneurs millionaires, early retirees and investors. She is focused on the difficulties of managing their lives. She assists listeners in making wise choices about how they spend their energy, time, and money and improves their the ability to focus and stay focused. Because, at the end of the day you can spend whatever you want, but not everything.
The Money Guy Show
Brian Preston and Bo Hanson as financial planners as well as wealth managers, help listeners make educated financial decisions by discussing practical financial questions like how to get the most affordable price for the vehicle, and ways to “election proof” your finances.
Optimal Finance Daily
hosts Diania Merriam hosts Diania Merriam, Dan Weinberg aim to simplify the management and handling of money by narrating popular personal financial blogs. They also give listeners strategies for improving the financial situation of their loved relatives. They are taught the fundamentals knowledge of finance, including budgeting and the importance of investing and financial independence to understand the financial issues they face.
Money for the Rest of Us
J. David Stein, the former chief of investment strategy and a money manager, covers everything financial. He is particularly interested in the way money works, how to invest it , and the best ways to live your life with no stress. He wants to teach viewers on how they can manage money in the ease to understand.
Planet Money is NPR’s twice-weekly personal and economic finance podcast. The nation’s most popular radio network introduced the show in 2008 right after the financial crisis, to help explain the system of economics. The show’s creators have come up with new ways of dissecting complicated topics in economics and finance. Hosting hosts include Amanda Aronczyk, Mary Child, Jacob Gold stein, and Robert Smith.