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Financial Literacy Month is wrapping up, and so far, we’ve covered quite a bit of information on personal finance. We have talked about strategies to build wealth, strategies to become debt free, why money matters, and a number of other things.
I recognize that I’m only one person though, and there are many amazing people out there doing amazing things.
In this post, I’m going to share with you 200+ personal finance resources (blogs, books, podcasts) for you to check out and grow your personal finance knowledge! 🙂
The Ultimate Collection of 200+ Personal Finance Resources
There are 7,000,000,000+ people in this world, and while I have one point of view, there are so many more amazing people who have their own unique story and message.
Here is a collection of 200+ Personal Finance Resources for your viewing pleasure:
- 15 Personal Finance and Investing Books
- 175+ Personal Finance, Retirement, Debt Reduction, Financial Independence, and Frugality Blogs
- 11 Money and Finance Podcasts
15 Personal Finance and Investing Books
I love reading, and some of the following personal finance and investing books are my favorites. Below are my book recommendations for personal finance and investing. I’ve listed 15 books which I believe will supercharge your success with your personal finances.
175+ Personal Finance, Retirement, Debt Reduction, Financial Independence, and Frugality Blogs
I’ve compiled a list of over 175 personal finance bloggers for you to check out. I’ve segmented my list into 8 sections: general personal finance, real estate, financial independence, income growth, debt reduction, frugality, high income, and dividends and stock market investing.
Some bloggers had some overlap, so I had to make my best guess at an appropriate categorization.
Also, I apologize if I’ve categorized someone in the wrong bin.
11 Money and Finance Podcasts
Whenever I get in the car for an extended period of time, I love listening to podcasts, especially podcasts about people who are pushing their boundaries, becoming wealthy through the principles of personal finance, and doing unique jobs and side hustles in pursuit of success.
Here are 11 money and finance podcasts for your listening pleasure!
Marriage, Kids, and Money
Andy Hill hosts a fantastic show which talks about money success and family life.
Without money, there are so many things which are not possible – but with planning and learning about personal finance, you can get there.
Check out the Marriage, Kids and Money podcast here: Marriage, Kids, and Money
The ChooseFI podcast is all about financial independence and how everyday people are building wealth, retiring early, and now looking to influence and help others who are just starting their journey.
What is awesome about ChooseFI is the combination of episodes with interviews of highly successful individuals, but also episodes where Jonathan and Brad unpack the highlights from the previous episodes and draw wisdom from them.
The ChooseFI podcast will get you motivated and inspired to take action. Their interviewees are first in class, and the stories are amazingly interesting and great for someone interested in building wealth for the future. Check out the ChooseFI podcast here: motivation and inspiration for financial success, ChooseFI.
The Dave Ramsey Show
One of the most popular personal finance influencers out there, Dave Ramsey puts on an amazing show to help people become better financially through his 7 step plan.
Each week, he has 3 shows of totaling 3 hours of success stories, help, and more.
Check out The Dave Ramsey Show.
The Stacking Benjamins show aims to make finance more approachable, interesting, and fun. At the end of the day, the hosts of the show, Joe and OG, want to make finance someone everyone takes seriously.
But, that’s not to say they won’t joke around with their guests and each other.
What’s amazing is the first bullet from The Stacking Benjamins Creed is Personal Finance is Personal – hey, that sounds familiar! Great minds think alike!
I really enjoy listening to this podcast as it is light hearted, but also provides some great advice. You want a laugh to go with some amazing information? Check out the Stacking Benjamins show here: Stacking Benjamins, light hearted perosonal finance advice!
Masters of Money
Why is talking about money taboo in 2018? When we open up to others and have tough discussions about money, great financial success can occur.
Masters of Money was created to do just that: help you become better financially.
Check out Masters of Money here: Masters of Money Podcast
FIRE Drill Podcast
Are you interested in achieving financial independence through interesting and unique ways? The FIRE Drill Podcast is a great place to start. Each episode features a different, highly successful person who is on their way or is at financial independence.
Gwen and J, the hosts of the FIRE Drill Podcast, do a great job of keeping the conversation light, while also diving into the strategies and activities the interviewees are doing in their daily lives for financial success.
This podcast is more focused towards Millennials, but the stories and people featured can help someone at any stage in their career and life. Check out FIRE Drill Podcast here: a podcast about financial independence and side hustles , FIRE Drill Podcast.
The Investor’s Field Guide
Patrick O’Shaughnessy is out to find the best ways for people to invest and build wealth for the future. Many of his guests are professional investors in many different markets, though he also brings in other non-professional investors to share their story.
Check out The Investor’s Field Guide podcast here: Investor Field Guide.
The Financial Independence Podcast
On the way to financial independence, there are many tips and tricks you need to know. The Mad Fientist brings on amazing guests who have achieved or are on their way to achieving the ultimate goal of financial freedom and dissects their brain to understand better ways to build wealth.
If you are interested in early retirement and financial freedom, you’ll definitely want to check out this podcast: Financial Independence Podcast
Millennial Money Minutes
These days, we can’t seem to focus for more than 10 minutes on a single subject. That’s fine – Millennial Money Minutes are quick hitting episodes where the hosts, Grant and Matt distill tough personal finance topics in 5 minutes or less.
There’s so much to learn in the world of personal finance – listening to the Millennial Monday Minutes will help your knowledge base as you look to grow your financial education.
Millennial Money Minutes is geared towards Millennials (as the title suggests), but again, will be helpful to all people trying to build wealth. In addition, the hosts are highly successful Millennials with great stories. Check out Millennial Money Minutes here: Millennial Money Minutes, focused advice for people wanting financial success.
Ally-Jane, host of Moneysplained, talks about the basics of personal finance by performing a deep dive on a different subject each episode. For example, in one of her recent episodes, she did a deep dive on taxes for freelancers and had a CPA on the phone with her – very interesting for a small business owner like me.
I’m excited to see what the results of her work in 2018. Moneysplained is relatively new, but is in a great spot to grow and influence in the coming year. Check out Moneysplained here: Moneysplained, a top personal finance podcast.
The Real Estate Guys Radio Show
Real estate investing is complicated, but it’s not too complex. Learning the basics, but even getting into some of the more difficult concepts can be done, and the Real Estate Guys are here to guide you along the way.
This fun and informative show is hosted by two professionals in the industry, and have been broadcasting for over twenty years!
Learn real estate here: The Real Estate Guys
Concluding Thoughts on this Awesome Collection of Personal Finance Resources
Education should not end after high school or college.
Every day we have another opportunity to learn and become better.
With this collection of 200+ personal finance resources, in addition to the articles posted in April for Financial Literacy Month, you have a fantastic base to go out and become financially successful.
Readers: what are some of your favorite personal finance blogs, books, podcasts, and apps? Did I miss anyone?
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