Money Saving Podcasts


Listen to the latest money saving podcasts for tips and advice to help you live better for less.

863: What is an Index Fund and Why You Should Care by Nick True of Mapped Out Money on Mutual Fund Investments Nick True of Mapped Out Money shares what an index fund is and why you should care. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 863: What is an Index Fund and Why You Should Care by Nick True of Mapped Out Money on Mutual Fund Investments Nick True is the founder of Mapped Out Money, where he helps you get a grip on your finances and take hold of freedom. Optimal Finance Daily Best Of Personal Finance, Minimalism
6.18.19 Discover eliminates banking fees; Google calendar scam; Cheaper grocery delivery Discover is eliminating all banking fees. Woo hoo!; Watch out for this Google Calendar scam. Clark discusses how you can change your settings to make it harder to get scammed; Walmart has just launched really inexpensive grocery delivery. Learn more about your ad choices. The Clark Howard Podcast
862: What is an Index Fund and Why You Should Care by Nick True of Mapped Out Money on Stock Market Investing Nick True of Mapped Out Money shares what an index fund is and why you should care. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 862: What is an Index Fund and Why You Should Care by Nick True of Mapped Out Money on Stock Market Investing Nick True is the founder of Mapped Out Money, where he helps you get a grip on your finances and take hold of freedom. Optimal Finance Daily Best Of Personal Finance, Minimalism
Mondays With Me - Meal Plans, Time Blocking + Alter Egos Currently list of what I'm reading, eating, listening, watching and loving. Enjoy! Read More » The post Mondays With Me - Meal Plans, Time Blocking + Alter Egos appeared first on The Money Nerds Podcast. The Money Nerds
6.17.19 SIM card hijacking is a major problem; Drug manufacturers sue over pricing rule; Cars becoming safer Criminals are taking over your phone and stealing your information and money. Clark tells you what to do about this major new crime; Drug manufacturers are upset about the new up-front pricing rule; Car safety features are improving at a rapid clip.Learn more about your ad choices. The Clark Howard Podcast
Bank Overdraft Charges Martin Lewis discusses the latest changes about overdraft fees. 5 Live Consumer Team with Martin Lewis
143: Emotional Health and Student Success Anxiety is affecting teens at an alarming rate. In this episode, we hear from an expert who explains how students and parents can help promote emotional health and deal with anxiety. Dr. Suvrat Bhargave discusses performance anxiety, healthy relationships, and the role of technology in students’ lives. The Money Jar
861: How to Get Your Spouse on Board with Early Retirement by Jill with Mad Fientist on Financially Independent Couples Jill with Mad Fientist shares how to get your spouse on board with early retirement. Most personal finance advice is geared towards people retiring in their 60s or later and doesn’t apply to those of us pursuing early financial independence. Optimal Finance Daily Best Of Personal Finance, Minimalism
Do It Ugly Launch that podcast Write that book Create that course Host that event Write that blog post Do It Ugly. Girl Gone Frugal (Again)
A Report on Manual Entry A follow up to episode to 365 on manually entering transactions. Sign up for a free 34-day trial of YNAB at www.youneedabudget.com. You Need A Budget
255: 34 Inspiring Daily Rituals to Ignite Your Creativity We talk quite often about the importance of routine, and how by having a routine, we actually set ourselves free, especially our minds. And it is in that vein that Mason Curry shares his two books Daily Rituals. The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living
Episode 143: Where Does It All Go? In this episode of The Frugal Snobs Podcast, we discuss how to take control of your life and be able to manage your time as well as your money. We also review a few products, share a few stories, and talk about what's coming up in future episodes. Frugal Snobs
Ep 226 - Traps to avoid when fixing your mortgage & The little-known savings tax break Damien Fahy of moneytothemasses.com talks to Andy Leeks about money. On this week's show Damien talks about the personal savings allowance and explains a little-known tax break that can increase the tax-free savings allowance from £1,000 to £6,000. The Money To The Masses Podcast
Pension credits and the TV licence An inquiry has been launched into the potential mis-selling of leasehold properties. The Competition and Market Authority are aiming to shed light on potential misleading practice and unfair terms to better protect people buying a home in the future. What difference could it make to the lives of many whose homes have become unsellable? Money Box
250 - How Debt Is Causing High Stress Levels and What To Do About It Even though the economy appears to still be in good shape, our stress levels are very high. Why? On today’s show I explain that everyone isn’t benefitting from the good economy; the cost of living is high; we have longer commutes to work; we are carrying more debt and we use debt to survive. Debt Free in 30
6.14.19 Resort fees are outrageous but Booking.com is taking a stance; Clark Stinks Booking.com is attempting to crack down on resort fees that have run amok. Christa reads listener posts about how Clark has missed the mark in his advice this week. If you have a "Clark Stinks" to share you can leave it here.Learn more about your ad choices. The Clark Howard Podcast
5TF - Intentional Wardrobe Sometimes, we just have to be extra intentional with our wardrobe to keep us looking polished and stick to our budget. These tips will help you with that! Enjoy! Read More » The post 5TF - Intentional Wardrobe appeared first on The Money Nerds Podcast. The Money Nerds
860: Reason to Have an Emergency Fund: Medical Emergencies by Natalie with Making Sense of Cents on Rainy Day Funds Natalie with Making Sense of Cents shares why medical emergencies are another reason to have an emergency fund. Episode 860: Reason to Have an Emergency Fund: Medical Emergencies by Natalie with Making Sense of Cents on Rainy Day Funds Michelle Schroeder-Gardner created Making Sense of Cents in order to help improve her own finances. Optimal Finance Daily Best Of Personal Finance, Minimalism
Frugal Summer Fun School's out, sun's out…now what? If you're like us summertime means a lot more get-togethers, vacations, day trips, and activities - but how do we make the most of summer without blowing our budgets? Frugal Friends Podcast
5 Common Advisor Questions, with Joe Saul-Sehy Every time you meet with a client and they ask you a question, you have no idea what direction they’re leaning and all you can do is give the best advice from your personal experience, from a financially sound decision, and also from an understanding of your client. Martinis and Your Money Podcast
6.13.19 Samsung releasing cheaper phones; Timeshare exit company scams; Reverse mortgages are really bad Samsung is releasing a line of great phones at a price point that is incredibly affordable; There are many reasons to beware of timeshare exit companies; Reverse mortgages are not good. Clark tells you just how bad they can be.Learn more about your ad choices. The Clark Howard Podcast
859: More On Motivation and Money by Honey Smith with Get Rich Slowly on Inspiration for Better Personal Finances Honey Smith with Get Rich Slowly shares more on motivation and money. Episode 859: More On Motivation and Money by Honey Smith with Get Rich Slowly on Inspiration for Better Personal Finances J.D. Roth has been reading and writing about personal finance for a decade. Optimal Finance Daily Best Of Personal Finance, Minimalism
6.12.19 Dollar Tree raising prices; Massive issues with Zelle app; Facial recognition comes with privacy concerns Dollar Tree is having to raise prices in some of its stores because of tariffs; Beware when using the Zelle app because scams are proliferating which can use your Zelle login to raid your bank account; Facial recognition is growing in popularity - especially in China. The Clark Howard Podcast
How to save thousands on college - Grant Aldrich Grant Aldrich founded OnlineDegree.com with a mission to make higher education more accessible and affordable for everyone. After graduating college with an overwhelming amount of debt, he was determined to change how students embark on their college education. The Money Nerds
Damien's Midweek Markets - How the price of oil dictates where stock markets might go - 12th June 2019 Welcome to Damien's Midweek Markets. Each week Damien will be dissecting the market and providing you with his own unique take on what it may mean for you and your investments. Subscribe now for your weekly insight into the Global Investment Markets. Contact Damien - via email [email protected] or via Twitter @money2themasses. The Money To The Masses Podcast
Rent and Return For years we've rented carpet cleaners or hired a dinner jacket for a wedding. But now we're beginning to rent all sorts of other things too. Furniture., toys, even outfits for a work do. Money Box Live looks at the increasingly popular option of renting stuff rather than owning it. Money Box
858: Become Wealthy by Having a High Income in a Low Cost City by ESI of ESI Money on Building Wealth & Living Costs ESI of ESI Money shares how to become wealthy by having a high income in a low cost city. Episode 858: Become Wealthy by Having a High Income in a Low Cost City by ESI of ESI Money on Building Wealth and Living Costs ESI Money is written by "ESI", a 50-something retiree. Optimal Finance Daily Best Of Personal Finance, Minimalism
595 - Can Minors and Seniors Have a Roth IRA? A Roth IRA is one of the most flexible types of retirement accounts… if you understand the rules. Here's what seniors and the parents of minors need to know. Money Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for a Richer Life
6.11.19 Amazon offering a secured credit card; Burger King Impossible Burger snafu; Gas prices are dipping Amazon is offering a secured credit card for its customers that don't have great credit; Burger King was selling Impossible Burgers in NY even though they hadn't launched Impossible Burgers in NY yet; Gas prices are dipping and have gone below the $2 threshold in the lowest cost states.Learn more about your ad choices. The Clark Howard Podcast
857: Why "Get Paid to Travel" is a Myth by Paula Pant of Afford Anything Paula Pant of Afford Anything shares why get paid to travel is a myth and what you should pursue instead. Episode 857: Why "Get Paid to Travel" is a Myth by Paula Pant of Afford Anything Paula Pant is the founder of the award-winning website AffordAnything.com and a writer and speaker specializing in money, business, and real estate investing. Optimal Finance Daily Best Of Personal Finance, Minimalism
6.10.19 Stopping cell phone robocalls; Quest labs data breach; Misleading broker labels The FCC has just made it easier for the major cell phone companies to curb robocalling; The private data of millions of Americans were just made public through a data breach; The SEC has just voted to allow misleading labels for brokers. Clark is not a fan. The Clark Howard Podcast
Help To Buy ISAs Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis joins Emma Barnett for debate and tips on how to make the most of your money. With guests from the business world. From BBC Radio 5 live. 5 Live Consumer Team with Martin Lewis
856: Why 3 Celebrities Chose Freedom over Money by Chris Reining on Financial Independence & Happiness Chris Reining shares why 3 celebrities chose freedom over money. Episode 856: Why 3 Celebrities Chose Freedom over Money by Chris Reining on Financial Independence and Happiness Chris Reining is a thirty-something guy who provides resources to help manage your money and career to become financially free. Optimal Finance Daily Best Of Personal Finance, Minimalism
Bulking and Cutting How is a budget like strength training? Sign up for a free 34-day trial of YNAB at www.youneedabudget.com. You Need A Budget
254: 26 Ways to Ensure Happy Singledom at Any Stage of Our Life's Journey With the life expectancy in most developed countries rising to just under 80 years, it is a statistical probability that all of us will be living single or solo at some point in our lives whether by choice or circumstances, and consequently, knowing how to enjoy being single is a skill that would be most beneficial to acquire. The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living
Ep 225 - What happened to Woodford? The key lessons learned Damien Fahy of moneytothemasses.com talks to Andy Leeks about money. On this week's show we talk about Neil Woodford and the suspension of the Woodford Equity Income fund. We talk about what has happened, what it means for investors and the lessons that can be learned. The Money To The Masses Podcast
Bridging the 'advice gap' Millions of people need financial advice but don't get it according to a damning report out this week. It's called the 'advice gap' and includes people who need advice about investment or pensions but can't afford professional advice and people who need free advice on a variety of money matters but don't know where to get it. Money Box
249 - The 5 Stages of Debt You’ve heard of the five stages of grief; today Scott Terrio returns to discuss the 5 stages of debt, with examples from the people we meet with every day. Stage 3 is where we can make the most mistakes; stage 4 is where most people are when they reach out for help, and stage 5 is the most important stage to get a fresh start. Debt Free in 30
6.7.19 What to do about uninsured motorist coverage; Clark Stinks What should you do about uninsured motorist coverage? Should you have more? Clark discusses; Christa reads listener posts about how Clark has missed the mark in his advice this week. If you have a "Clark Stinks" to share you can leave it here.Learn more about your ad choices. The Clark Howard Podcast
Episode 030: Eating Healthy Jessica Andrew is in the house this week with the top three things we should be doing right now to eat healthier on a budget. Just in time for Summer she shares a great ice cream alternative and has a wealth of healthy meal ideas in her Facebook group, Eat well-Look great-Feel fabulous! Frugal and Frivolous
855: Bitcoin - Millennials Fake Gold by Vitaliy Katsenelson of Contrarian Edge on Blockchain Investing & Cryptocurrency Vitaliy Katsenelson of Contrarian Edge shares why bitcoin is millennials fake gold. Episode 855: Bitcoin - Millennials Fake Gold by Vitaliy Katsenelson of Contrarian Edge on Blockchain Investing and Cryptocurrency Vitaliy Katsenelson is the CEO and Chief Investment Officer at Investment Management Associates. Optimal Finance Daily Best Of Personal Finance, Minimalism
Creating Soulful Simplicity In Your Life With Courtney Carver We know minimalism and simplicity have great benefits for our lives, but knowing where to start or how to achieve this lifestyle can be daunting! Thankfully Courtney Carver, author of Soulful Simplicity and creator of the minimalist fashion challenge #Project333 breaks it down for us on this episode! Frugal Friends Podcast
Educounting with Ben Jones Ben Jones, Entrepreneur and Financial Educator who is equally passionate about financial literacy as I am, joins me to talk about resources he’s created to help people of all ages, especially children, become financially literate. Martinis and Your Money Podcast
6.6.19 Reverse mortgages are awful; Teen credit card use; The high cost of basic medical care Reverse mortgages are incredibly costly and are a poor choice for almost everyone; Teen credit card use is way up. That's not good; A basic blood test can cost $11 or $1000 depending on where you go. That's insane.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices. The Clark Howard Podcast
Damien's Midweek Markets - The power of process - 6th June 2019 Welcome to Damien's Midweek Markets. Each week Damien will be dissecting the market and providing you with his own unique take on what it may mean for you and your investments. Subscribe now for your weekly insight into the Global Investment Markets. Contact Damien - via email [email protected] or via Twitter @money2themasses. The Money To The Masses Podcast
854: Stocks are down - What To Do? by Ramit Sethi of I Will Teach You To Be Rich on Stock Market Investing Ramit Sethi of I Will Teach You to be Rich shares what to do when stocks are down. Episode 854: Stocks are down - What To Do? by Ramit Sethi of I Will Teach You To Be Rich on Stock Market Investing Ramit wants to use money to say YES. He knew there was a better way to live a rich life—if we could use psychology to focus on what actually works. Optimal Finance Daily Best Of Personal Finance, Minimalism
Living an eco-friendly life while making $16K per year - Amanda Kintz Amanda Kintz is the founder and creator of Crunchy Hippie Life, an RN, and author of the book Dirt Cheap Adult: A Millennial's Guide to Life on a Budget. In 2014, Amanda and her husband made just $16,000. During this time, they were able to pay down debt, live without credit cards, and sponsored two children overseas. The Money Nerds
6.5.19 Charter school offers incredible personal finance course; Wells Fargo shady brokers; Exercise makes people happy There's a charter school in a poor Philadelphia neighborhood that is changing the way personal finance is taught to youngsters; Wells Fargo employs a much higher swath of shady brokers than other companies do; Exercise is actually one of the highest predictors of happinessLearn more about your ad choices. The Clark Howard Podcast
Credit Unions Credit unions are financial not-for-profit co-operatives run by their members which offer a range of saving accounts and loans. Around 2 million people in the UK belong to one. In order to join people must have something in common with other members such as living or working in the same area or having the same occupation. Money Box
Behavioural Finance for New Accumulators - Part 1 The post Behavioural Finance for New Accumulators - Part 1 appeared first on Meaningful Money - Making sense of Money with Pete Matthew - Financial FAQ. The Meaningful Money Podcast