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Listen to These 5 Financial Podcasts in 2019
Motive and educate yourself with these five financial podcasts

Whether you’re trying to pay down credit-card debt, build an emergency fund or invest more toward retirement, the start of a new year is the ideal time to deepen your financial understanding and build better money habits. One good way to do that is to spend a few hours each week listening to these five financial podcasts. You’ll come away with an extra dose of encouragement and knowledge as you work toward your goals.

“Afford Anything”

Are you looking for ways to improve your financial decisions and prioritize your spending so you can live a better life? “Afford Anything,” hosted by real estate investor and financial blogger Paula Pant, teaches listeners to exert more control over their money habits. On this podcast, Pant interviews experts, entrepreneurs and authors, eliciting insights on how to build wealth and achieve financial independence. She also hosts regular “Ask Paula” episodes, tackling listeners’ specific questions about saving, investing and other financial issues.

“The Clark Howard Show”

The Clark Howard Show” dedicates each episode to helping listeners save more, spend less and stay informed. Hosted by the popular financial journalist and consumer advocate Clark Howard, this podcast provides useful tips on everything from making wise real estate investments and paying down debt to cutting your grocery bill and steering clear of scams. No matter the topic, Howard’s underlying mission remains the same: encouraging listeners to prioritize good money habits and work toward financial freedom.

“Listen, Money Matters”

Hosted by Andrew Fiebert and Thomas Frank, “Listen, Money Matters” takes an irreverent, approachable yet in-depth approach to personal finance, billing itself as “not your father’s boring money show.” This podcast covers a wide variety of topics — some episodes focus on explaining key financial concepts like taxation, inflation and estate planning, while others take a more advice-oriented approach. No matter the topic, Fiebert and Frank emphasize the importance of financial literacy, disciplined budgeting and smart strategies as they encourage listeners to harness their finances and reach for their most cherished goals.

“Side Hustle School”

Many financial experts recommend developing multiple sources of income as a way to save more money for retirement and increase your financial independence. Chris Guillebeau’s “Side Hustle School” is devoted to inspiring listeners with creative ways to bring in that second paycheck. Each week, Guillebeau releases several bite-sized episodes (many are shorter than 10 minutes) that profile intriguing income streams or “side hustles,” along with a recap episode that sums up the lessons learned from each profile. Unique side hustles covered in recent episodes include book-club consulting, an online farmers market and a business that sells retro hair accessories.

“So Money”

Combining inspirational interviews and practical advice about money, “So Money” imparts financial wisdom with a refreshing dose of honesty. Each week, personal finance expert Farnoosh Torabi hosts a pair of episodes highlighting the financial stories and insights of special guests like author Angela Duckworth, comedian Michael Ian Black and JP Morgan Chase executive Jen Roberts. On Fridays, Torabi hosts “Ask Farnoosh,” fielding listener questions about everything from paying off student loans to coping with financial infidelity.

As you strive for greater financial independence, wiser investments and more robust savings, these podcasts will serve as inspirational and informative companions for your journey toward fiscal peace of mind.


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