Managing money can be as stressful as relationships or work, especially after the holidays. However, educating yourself about important matters like money has never been easier. Listening to podcasts is a great way to learn how you can be smarter with your finances. Improve your situation in 2019 and start listening to some of the top award-winning personal finance podcasts out there.
The Dave Ramsey Show
"The Dave Ramsey Show" is probably the most well-known program on this list. The popular podcast comes from Ramsey, a personal finance master, businessman, and author. Ramsey had his own personal financial issues in the '80s due to debt, but he later learned a different way to handle money from his grandmother and God. Ramsey started broadcasting in 1992 and has helped millions get out of debt and manage their funds. The 3-hour podcast airs live Monday through Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
Financial reporter Farnoosh Torabi was over $30,000 in debt at the age of 22 with a master's degree in New York City. Torabi got herself out of debt and strives to help young professionals handle their capital. Torabi's career took off after the success of her book You're So Money - Live Rich Even When You're Not in 2008. Torabi has since started the "So Money" podcast, which focuses on helping people live a happier and healthier life. The podcast is released every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
"Stacking Benjamins" started in 2012, broadcasting live from "Joe's Mom's basement" every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The podcast is a hilarious and informative listen that offers advice on personal finance. Joe Saul-Sehy hosts characters like the Other Guy and crazy Neighbor Doug to provide a wide array of educational content featuring trivia, guests, and more.
The Tim Ferriss Show
Entrepreneur and author Tim Ferriss interviews a-list celebrities like Arnold Schwarzenegger, LeBron James, and other big names from the performing world in one of the best personal finance podcasts available. Learn how some of the most successful people in the world invest their earnings as they share their personal habits. "The Tim Ferriss Show" continues to be one of iTunes' top podcasts, releasing new episodes weekly.