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3 Podcasts To Help You Get Your Finances In Order

Last updated January 7, 2020

When it comes to really understanding your money as a college student, one of the best and most overlooked methods of practice is listening to podcasts. Podcasts are great because they allow you to easily consume information outside of traditional methods like reading a book or researching the web. You can listen to them as you study, in-between classes, while you’re on the go or just as you’re relaxing in your dorm. You would be surprised at the number of personal finance, investing, and money management podcasts there are available that specifically cater to the college student dynamic.

So, the next time you’re looking for some financial advice on the fly, consider tuning into one of these awesome podcasts! 

Listen, Money Matters.

This personal finance podcast  dives in on the major topics all money-managing beginners need to know: maintaining a budget, managing your debit, and increasing your checks.

Milennial Podcast

Host Megan Tan talks with young people about the trials of coming of age in the 21st century, from money and work (or the lack thereof) to culture.

Stacking Benjamins

This podcast series includes quick, 15- to 20- minute conversations with experts, rather than one-dimensional lectures or offering general tips.

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