Are you looking for a way to handle your money better, but don’t have the time to read endlessly on personal finance blogs? Fortunately for you, there are plenty of finance podcasts in 2017 that you can listen to. To get yourself started, below are our top recommended finance podcasts to freshen up on.
Planet Money is an NPR-run podcast that talks about the current state of the economy, money troubles, and how money seemingly rules the world. However, the 20 to 30-minute podcast sessions are intriguing enough to prevent you from wanting to hit the pause button.
You Need a Budget (YNAB)
You Need a Budget (YNAB) was created by Jesse Mecham as an extension from blog and budgeting site. In the weekly podcast, he offers money advice and quick tips to help familiarize yourself with personal finance.
Paychecks and Balances
Though Rich and Marcus may have classic radio voices, their podcast is anything but classic. With surprisingly positive and fun conversations about money and work, you can learn a lot. Though they say their show is directed towards millennials, people of every age can find this podcast informative.
Freakonomics is one of the most popular podcasts on the web and has been around for a long while. For this reason, the hosts certainly know how to keep their audience’s attention for the whole half hour podcast. Topics range from large to small. No matter what they are covering, they find a way to make each topic relatable.
Bad With Money
For those who have struggled with finances, Bad With Money will be all-too-relatable. Host Gaby Dunn uses humor to make it easier to chat about finances, even about topics you wouldn’t share with your best friend. Typically, each episode lasts 45 minutes and involves an interview with finance experts, comedians, friends, and more.
So Money With Farnoosh Torabi
If you are simply looking for ways you can cut down on your grocery spending, this is not the podcast for you. New episodes of So Money are released three times a week. Each episode focuses on how your relationship with money can positively affect your life.
Listen Money Matters!
This is your average financial radio program. Hosts Thomas Frank and Andrew Fiebert provide helpful tips and advice that the vast majority of people can utilize. Though this is one of the longer shows on this list, it is well worth a listen.
This podcast is hosted by Shannah Compton Game, a certified financial planner. She goes into deep detail about how to get started and build yourself up financially. Her tough love approach is something all millennials could use. Each episode offers active advice in the form of interviews and monologues.