No matter what industry in which you make your mark, you need to stay up-to-date financially. But as a busy professional, you don’t always have time to sit down and read a book. Luckily, there is now a podcast for everything – including money! The RaeLipskie Partnership has rounded up the top 5 podcasts to brush up on your financial literacy and reach your financial goals all during your rush hour commute:
Financial adviser Joshua J. Sheats uses Radical Personal Finance to take you on a journey toward financial health. Through storytelling and interviews, Sheats helps listeners work on their financial issues and build wealth with proven strategies and tools.
Listen Money Matters promises to help anyone “free their inner financial badass” through interviews with the top minds in personal finance. The uncensored commentary from the show’s hosts, Andrew Fiebert and Thomas Frank, isn’t your typical boring money show.
You Need a Budget is a personal finance budgeting app that costs $5 a month (and is free for students!). It has hundreds of episodes about practical and realistic financial topics such as ‘Budget Bucket List’ and ‘You Don’t Have to be Frugal.’
The Wall Street Journal knows a few things about money and for five minutes a day they will update you on the latest money news through their podcast Your Money Matters. Being informed about money in a larger sense will help you make more informed decisions about your own. For only a few minutes a day you can stay up to date on the economy, business, and current events.
Stacking Benjamins is an award-winning podcast that focuses on helping others build wealth. Hosted by Joe Saul-Sehy and characters known as the Other Guy and crazy Neighbor Doug, this podcast offers financial education sometimes disguised as comedy.
If you’re a client, contact your advisor and let them know about your financial goals. If you want to learn more about working with us for financial planning or creating an investment portfolio, contact us.
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