Listening to podcasts is one of my favorite pastimes and I make it my mission to tune-in to the best personal finance ones out there.
Though I enjoy listening to true crime podcasts the most, it has become my duty to listen to personal finance podcasts.
I may think I know a lot about personal finance: saving money, getting out of debt and the like, but these podcasts always teach me something new.
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There are probably hundreds of personal finance podcasts out there, but many of them are dry and after awhile my ADHD starts to kick in and I’m ready to move on to another episode (or even podcast).
Thankfully I’ve found some really good podcasts that will help you to get your finances all the way together.
These podcasts are not only helpful (I mean we all have financial issues), but also interesting to listen to.
Here is a list of the best personal finance podcasts you should listen to if you want to get your financial situation together.
Most of these shows are available on iTunes and Stitcher. I’m probably only one of the few iPhone users that prefer the Stitcher app, but to each it’s own.
If you know anything about me, you know I love me some Dave Ramsey. I’ve purchased his Financial Peace University and two of his well-known books.
I admire someone who has become a self-made millionaire, lost it all, and became a millionaire again.
I usually listen to the Dave Ramsey Show on Sirius XM Radio, where callers phone in for his financial advice. The podcast breaks down his show by hours – making it a more manageable listen for most people.
My favorite part of the show is when people call in and celebrate how they worked to become debt free using his system – giving motivation for others to do the same.
Afford Anything – Build a Better Life with Paula Pant
Paula Pant’s motto is that …”You can afford anything, but not EVERYTHING”. Being fiscally responsible involves determining which one you’re going to follow.
Afford Anything is a great podcast giving you tips on how to manage your money well and live your best life without spending 40 hours of your week in a small cubicle.
You can live your best life, but you have to be smart about how you manage your money.
One podcast you will definitely add to your favorites. Check out Paula’s website as well here.
iTunes | Stitcher | Soundcloud | Google Play | RSS
Debt Free Divas
Led by Toni Husbands, this group of debt crushers is committed to helping Americans get out of debt. And don’t let the name fool you, it’s for everyone.
With tips to help you to stop living paycheck to paycheck or from mounting up racks of unnecessary debt, this podcast is one you will want to run to listen to now.
If you are looking to save money, make more, or live frugally (without really looking frugal), check out the next episode of Debt Free Divas.
Go to their website to download a free copy of How to Give Yourself a Raise in 21 Days.
Also, check out one of their most popular episodes such as how a single mom paid over $130,000 of debt or how one person paid off $80,000 in student debt.
iTunes | Stitcher | Soundcloud | Google Play | RSS
Money Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips
If you’re short on time, but still need that dose of sane financial advice in your life – definitely check out the Money Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips, hosted by Laura Adams, MBA.
Part of the Quick and Dirty Tips franchise, Money Girl’s… includes business and investing tips, so make sure to drop in for a listen.
A couple of my favorite episodes so far have been episode 450 How to Prepare Your Credit for a Mortgage Approval and 491 8 Ways to Legally Pay Less Tax and Save Money.
Led by husband and wife team, Talaat and Tai McNeely discuss how they were successfully able to merge their differing viewpoints on money to become debt free – together.
Very refreshing to learn that you can make it work in a marriage, even if you and your significant other are on opposite ends of the spectrum on how they handle money.
The His & Her Money Show often bring on guests to discuss their financial woes and celebrations. You can also find more helpful tips from Talaat and Tai on YouTube
Mo’ Money Podcast
If you’re one of those people who want to take control of your life by taking care of your finances, then the Mo’ Money Podcast by Jessica Moorhouse is a podcast you will want to check out.
This podcast focuses on an interview-style of experts and regular folks who have taken control over their lives, money, and careers to become financially independent and free.
A very light-hearted, but information packed podcast is a great resource for anyone looking to take our finances by the reign.
It’s one of those things you didn’t know you needed, but now never knew how you got along without it.
So Money with Farnoosh Torabi
Awarded with many awards such as Entrepreneur Magazine’s #1 Female-Hosted Podcast of 2017, Farnoosh Torabi gives out sound financial advice through her podcast So Money.
A financial reporter and author, Farnoosh has gone through her own financial difficulties but was able to climb up out of being buried in debt.
Through her podcast, she alternates between interviewing guests on important financial issues and answering listener questions on Ask Farnoosh.
After you listen to a few episodes, you may want to read one of her books You’re So Money: Live Rich, Even When You’re Not.
Well, here’s my favorites list of the best personal finance podcasts to listen to.
Have one you love that’s not on my list? Share below in the comments.
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