We know we’re not the last word in personal finance. We don’t want to be. Our goal is to curate the best of the best for you.
So, once you’ve had your fill of Joe, O.G., and Doug, here are some of the podcasts you should add to your playlist:
What’s Up Next?
Welcome to the What’s Up Next Podcast, where Doc G takes the discussion on topics in the financial independence movement to the next level. Guest panelists share their opinions to questions that don’t have clear answers to help you refine your path to Financial Independence.
Doug’s Super Hilarious Joke Of The Week
You’ll find Doug hanging out in The Basement (obviously), our private Facebook group.
Money With Friends
Grab your coffee, strap on headphones and let’s get your finance on! Not your usual “hot stock tips” or “what blockchain should I invest in” podcast, Money With Friends covers major media AND indie blogger financial planning news. We don’t just read you someone else’s work…we even comment on it! Looking for quick, but time-tested ideas to help you manage money more effectively? You’ve found your home. Live, from Joe’s mom’s basement, Joe Saul-Sehy and Bobbi Rebell are joined by some of the best and brightest financial media personalities to bring you the headlines, Monday through Saturday, 52 weeks of the year. Enjoy!
Financial Grownup Podcast
Being a grownup is hard, especially when it comes to money. Host Bobbi Rebell, a Certified Financial Planner and author of “How to be a Financial Grownup” asks her guests to share one money story that impacted their lives, and one lesson. Then she gives listeners her take and specific ways to use it in their life.
Better Off Podcast
Masters of Money Podcast
PT is our good friend and the creator of FinCon. He’s passionate about helping other people, and his podcast dives into the making of today’s “masters of money” – their beginnings, failures. goals, tools, and successes.
The Afford Anything Podcast
You can afford anything you want, but not everything, says Paula Pant. Her podcast, Afford Anything, is an interview show where she talks to people from the financial and business world about having more. By more, I’m not talking necessarily about more “stuff.” If you know Paula, you know that she definitely isn’t about “stuff.” Paula is about life. While not a minimalist, Paula is about living a closely examined life. Decide what you want, focus on getting that, and stop spending money on things that keep you from that goal.
The Retirement Answer Man
I met Roger Whitney and immediately was struck by not just how knowledgeable he was, but also how friendly. The Retirement Answer Man podcast is approachable AND useable for people approaching retirement. Not only are his topic choices spot-on, but he takes the time to explain concepts and talk about any newsworthy pieces of the current episode. Different than Stacking Benjamins, Roger prefers to explore a single topic each show, which gives you lots of knowledge on anything he covers.