“These seven shows will help you weather the financial storm with your sanity intact, and keep your bottom line in good shape long into the future” writes Emma Dibdin for The New York Times, May 29, 2020.
Gaby Dunn, the very funny, very relatable host of “Bad With Money,” who spent many years in a financial hole and now shares wry advice on how to turn things around.
Lillian Karabaic, tailors her friendly, useful advice to artists, freelancers and small-business owners in “Oh My Dollar!” https://www.ohmydollar.com/podcast/
“Death, Sex, and Money” “This engrossing interview series from WNYC Studios prides itself on speaking the unspeakable, digging into “the things we think about a lot, and need to talk about more.” https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/deathsexmoney/episodes
Starter episode: “A Former Debt Collector’s Unpaid Bills”
For years, NPR’s trusty “Planet Money” has been explaining the economy through engaging stories about people, places and trends. https://www.npr.org/sections/money/
‘So Money With Farnoosh Torabi’ One of the oldest and most respected personal finance shows out there, this thrice-weekly podcast is a one-stop shop to find the answer to just about any money question. https://podcast.farnoosh.tv/
“She Makes Money Moves” focuses on first-person stories from women in disparate regions and walks of life. Hosted by Glamour’s editor in chief, Samantha Barry, the show tackles subjects like budgeting as a single mother and the challenges facing female business owners. https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/she-makes-money-moves/id1474398837
Starter episode: “I Love My Life — But I Can’t Afford It”:”Afford Anything” If the idea of following a line-item budget makes you wince, Paula Pant’s approach is worth exploring. https://affordanything.com/podcast/
Source: Financial Planning for Women