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The world of personal finance can be complicated.
These podcasts share information from various perspectives to help you find your financial footing and stay ahead of the game as you make your next moves:
How to Money
Not sure where to start when it comes to personal finance? The How to Money podcast can help. With relatable, down-to-earth financial discussions about a wide variety of topics, this podcast is unassuming and accessible for everyone.
Money for the Rest of Us
If the world of finance often seems like a different reality where people speak another language, then this podcast is for you. The host is a former money manager and investment strategist focusing on markets and money systems rather than personal spending or budgeting decisions. You'll learn about different opportunities in the financial world, how individuals fit into those systems, and what you should care about when investigating your options. Anyone with plans to invest or establish multiple income streams should start here to get a good lay of the land.
Hosted by a woman of color, this podcast is an excellent way for people from all walks of life to feel supported while discussing finances. This podcast includes the complex issues where finance and society intersect, so it's important for those who want to understand how finance fits into the rest of the world.
The Rich Dad Radio Show
If you've heard of the book "Rich Dad Poor Dad," then this host might sound familiar. Building on the success of his book, this host now talks about current financial issues in a radio show/podcast. His advice is often different than other mainstream sources, so it's worth a listen to round out your knowledge of potential investment strategies or approaches.
Marriage Kids and Money
Financial planning when you have kids can be a whole different ballgame. The plan you established in your 20s may not be applicable anymore. This podcast is geared towards families and their particular challenges and opportunities, but many of the lessons are also helpful for single adults. Some popular episodes discuss intergenerational wealth, the pros and cons of saving for retirement instead of kids' college, and how to pay off your mortgage early.
Jill on Money
If you've covered the basics and want to stay up on current trends and concerns, this short podcast is an excellent addition to your day. Most episodes answer listener questions and focus on topics related to investing, passive income, and asset building.
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