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Top 10 Personal Finance Podcasts That Will Help You Manage Money Better in 2024

It's crucial to sift through and identify podcasts that cater to our specific interests and needs.
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Personal finance podcasts

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In today's fast-paced world, finding time to enhance our personal finance knowledge can be challenging. Fortunately, podcasts provide a convenient and time-efficient way to stay informed about money matters while going about our daily routines. With an overwhelming number of options available, it's crucial to sift through and identify podcasts that cater to our specific interests and needs. To help you navigate the vast sea of financial wisdom, Bankrate has compiled a list of the top 10 personal finance podcasts, each offering unique perspectives and valuable insights.

1. WSJ "Your Money Briefing"

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The Wall Street Journal's "Your Money Briefing" delivers short, impactful episodes, usually under 10 minutes, keeping listeners abreast of how current events influence their finances. From renting versus buying homes to the significance of automating personal finances, this podcast is a quick, informative dive into trending financial topics. It is best for those looking to stay up to date on money and market news

2. "How to Money"

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Hosted by best friends Joel and Matt, "How to Money" takes a light-hearted yet educational approach to topics like financial hardships, debt repayment, and quitting your job. With episodes running around 30 minutes, it offers practical advice for purposeful money management. It is best for those who want jargon-free advice for managing money and candid discussions about how money works.

3. "This Is Uncomfortable"

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Host Reema Khrais explores the discomfort surrounding money in "This Is Uncomfortable." With relatable stories, she delves into topics like recent rent strikes, escaping the cycle of debt, and navigating disagreements over parents' financial decisions in 20-minute episodes. It is best for those who aren’t comfortable talking about money (yet!) and want to learn how it can affect adult life, relationships, and identity.

4. "Stacking Benjamins"

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Financial advisers Joe Saul-Sehy and Josh Bannerman bring a friendly tone to "Stacking Benjamins." With episodes often exceeding an hour, they discuss past financial mistakes and invite guests to share their expertise, making financial literacy accessible to beginners. It is best for beginners navigating personal finance who want to start expanding their knowledge on the subject.

5. "BiggerPockets Money"

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Scott Trench and Mindy Jensen host "BiggerPockets Money" aiming to provide listeners with the financial education they may have missed in school. Expert guests share valuable advice on topics like avoiding the middle-class trap and the impact of the stock market on future financial plans. It is best for listeners who want to learn how to grow their wealth and manage their money smarter through expert insight.

6. "Side Hustle Pro"

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Host Nicaila Matthews Okome spotlights successful Black women entrepreneurs in "Side Hustle Pro." With episodes lasting about 40 minutes, it offers valuable insights for those looking to turn their side hustle dreams into reality. It is best for those interested in starting a side hustle and in search of advice from others who have found success in finding or creating gigs that bring in extra cash.

7. "Bad with Money" with Gaby Dunn

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Comedian Gaby Dunn injects humor into discussions about personal finance in "Bad with Money." From her money journey to complex topics like the student debt crisis, the podcast provides an entertaining yet educational perspective. It is best for listeners who want a socially conscious discussion of personal finance with a bit of comic relief.

8. "So Money" with Farnoosh Torabi

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Financial strategist Farnoosh Torabi hosts "So Money" engaging in conversations with top business minds in episodes lasting 30 minutes or less. It offers inspiration for getting finances in order through insightful discussions. It is best for listeners looking for inspiration to get their finances in order through insightful and interesting conversations with special guests.

9. "Money For the Rest of Us"

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Former chief investment strategist J. David Stein answers common personal finance questions in "Money For the Rest of Us." With episodes around 30 minutes, the podcast provides in-depth yet accessible insights into finance and investing. It is best for listeners who want an in-depth but easy-to-understand, breakdown of personal finance and investing.

10. "Her Money"

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Hosted by NBC's financial editor Jean Chatzky, "Her Money" focuses on financial situations specific to women. With a casual, jargon-free tone, it addresses issues like the gender wage gap, women investors, and the importance of financial independence in 30-minute episodes. It is best for women who want to make informed financial decisions and be elevated by other women.