Who’s NOT listening to podcasts these days? There are thousands to choose from, with formats spanning the list of interview, conversational, educational, solo, and on, and on. When it comes to podcast themes, however, entertainment podcasts top the charts. But what about personal finance? If we want to be able to pay for entertainment don’t we need more people teaching us how to manage money better?
Spurred by a recent Tweet, the marketing team here at Simple asked the company what personal finance podcasts they’re listening to. As you can probably imagine, we had a BIG response. Here’s the shortlist for 2019…
- Planet Money - NPR
- Stacking Benjamins - Joe Saul-Sehy
- Bad With Money - Gaby Dunn
- Death, Sex & Money - Anna Sale
- Frugal Friends - Jen & Jill
- Her Money - Jean Chatzky
- Jill on Money - Jill Schlesinger
- Afford Anything - Paula Pant
- ChooseFI - Brad Barrett and Jonathan Mendonsa
- Be Wealthy & Smart - Linda Jones
- Money Ha Ha - Dara Wilson and Yasmine Khan
- Money Diaries - Refinery29
Do you have a personal finance podcast you’d like to share with us? Hit us up on Twitter.
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