5 Financial Easy Listening Podcasts

These following podcasts touch on the ingredients of finance that are beneficial to making sure you have a healthy relationship, at the very least aware of what type of relationship you have with your fiances.  There are many financial podcasts out there and different preferences, while listening to these I recommend you find which ones you connect with.  They may also serve as a novel way to get younger listeners more involved in their college and future investments.  Questions that may be helpful to determine along your journey while listening are:

  1. How well do you understand finances and how do you use them as an individual?
  2. What are you emotional connection to finances?
  3. Marriage and family finances how are they similar and different?

I don’t work for Dave Ramsey but as newly engaged couple we participated in Financial Peace University through our church.  Made an impact to the way we communicate through our finances as a couple.  If you have taken Financial Peace University you know that Dave Ramsey is entertaining, insightful, direct and his Podcast does not disappoint.  He takes calls on his show and answers questions.

  • Long – 40 min but moves quickly
  • Various range since he answers caller topics
  • Direct and clear in identifying the steps that you need follow
  • Christian Influence (Religious)

Kate Stalter has been a contributor to The Smarter Investor since 2017 and has written for U.S. News & World Report since 2014. She is the co-owner of Better Money Decisions, a woman-owned, fee-only fiduciary asset-management and financial planning firm with offices in Phoenix, Santa Fe and Albuquerque. She is the author of “Don’t Let Your Money Kick the Bucket Before You Do.” Her podcast takes you to through best options for your money. She talks to experts and “normal” people who have taken the right steps to make better money decisions.

  • Medium-  from 15min – 40min and target audience are women.
  • She has guests on show, she discusses emotional connection to money and empowerment.

Great range of financial topics.  High value content discussed in a simple manor.  Elle Martinez Managing Director 3113 Consulting discusses how finances impact the marriage and how to communicate about it and utilize tools that work for the relationship.

  • Short- Usually no longer than 20 min
  • She has a soothing voice (maybe that’s just me)
  • Information is provided in a simple form that is understandable

Andy Hill mid 30’s father of two hosts weekly podcast and takes  you through trials and tribulations.  He has various entrepreneurs, early retirees and financial experts.  Serious conversations and the best ways to manage the relationship and the relationship with money.

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For best friends and beer lovers.  Best friends and family men, Joel and Matt believe that when you handle your money in a purposeful, thoughtful way that works for your lifestyle, you can really start living a rich life.  Their sessions usually involve a beer that they or the guests are trying, and they give their opinions.  Will have have younger guests on the show so this is good for young college students/gen-z.  This may be good for someone who is not heavily into finance but still wants to learn some useful tips, may serve as an introduction to getting a young listener or novice more into finance.

  • Medium- 8 min – 40
  • Cover a range of topics impacting daily living and your family

 

Chris Browning is a financial analyst and does light, financial bites.  These short discussions are usually no longer than 20 min.  This may be good for someone who is not heavily into finance but still wants to learn some useful tips, may serve as an introduction to getting a young listener or novice more into finances.

  • Short- 5min – 20 min
  • Various range of topics
  • Tiny Living Series (meets people who are living tiny homes)

 

 

 

 

 

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