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Top 5 Personal Finance Podcasts

Podcasts sure have a come a long way since their early years over a decade ago. They are now considered a serious alternative to get valuable information on just about any and everything under the sun. The truth is there are many people who feel uncomfortable lending their voice for TV or radio, will do so for podcasts. This includes personal finance podcasts. The following are some of the best examples.

1. Stacking Benjamins
Joe Saul-Sehy, the host, definitely knows his stuff. A retired financial planner and former radio financial-show host for 15 years, Saul-Sehy brings you a ton of money-management experience. Stacking Benjamins’ format includes interviews with money experts like Mark Iwry from the US Department of Treasury.

2. Feed The Pig
Not one of your typical finance podcasts, Feed The Pig is a static podcast that isn’t updated very often. However, it is a top-rated financial podcast because it goes to great length to assemble some of the best minds in the financial world for you, such as members of The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. From advice on buying your first car to mutual-fund investing, this podcast covers all basic stuff you need to know and that never gets old.

3. The Clark Howard Show
Clark Howard has been in the personal finance advice industry for years and hosts one of the most-popular and listened to financial podcasts. By age 30 Howard had made enough money to retire and now hosts a radio show from 1 to 3 p.m. EST. The show focuses mainly on how you can reduce expenses, build savings and smell money scams from 10 miles away.

4. Smart Passive Income
A solid personal finance podcast, Smart Passive Income teaches you how to earn more while working less. Host Pat Flynn interviews successful entrepreneurs who’ve generated large amounts of passive income. The show’s goal is teaching you some of the proven strategies for running a successful online business and how to optimize it to generate your own passive income.

5. Mad Money
Master finance guru and host of “Cramerica,” Jim Cramer ran a hugely-successful hedge fund for over 20 years, averaging over a 20-pecernt return for his investors. If you want learn how to invest in stocks, smartly and safely, Jim is your go-to guy. Cramer has a daily TV show that is also aired as a podcast.

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