The Money Guy Show
This show his hosted by two fee only, fiduciary financial planners, Brian Preston and Bo Hanson. They post new episodes every few days and the content tends to be geared towards people with beginner to intermediate knowledge of personal finance and investing. Being financial advisors, the information provided is reliably accurate and provides insight into professional money management vs a DIY approach.
This is a weekly podcast hosted by two Canadian Portfolio Managers, Benjamin Felix and Cameron Passmore. Each episode has an introduction that also discusses news, books, TV and other topics that may or may not be related to personal finance but make the show more interesting. Most episodes are interviews of personal finance professionals, professors, authors and other financial experts. The Rational Reminder podcast goes beyond providing personal finance and investment advice which can be a nice change of pace when staying informed about personal finance.
Paula Pant answers questions and speaks with guests discussing the intersection of personal finance and life. Her main idea is that money decisions are a tradeoffs between different choices and explores this through thought-provoking discussions.
This podcast takes a more fun approach while discussing personal finance. With news headlines, expert guests and topics, this is a great podcast about a wide range of personal finance topics tailored towards a somewhat younger crowd.
The White Coat Investor Podcast
Hosted by a practicing physician, the WCI podcast is mostly targeted to physicians and medical professionals but has useful content for any high earning individual. Often, doctors start earning later, have a sizeable increase in salary once they finish schooling and residencies and also have not been taught much about personal finance.
The Ramsey Show
The Ramsey Show is named after Dave Ramsey, a nationally known personal finance expert. The show has a unique format compared to other podcasts in that it’s a live call in show. The show can have a more religious slant to it than others and includes a huge amount of mostly self promotion. The show is mostly tailored towards people with limited financial knowledge or with people who are not good at managing money and debt. However, it can still offer advice for everyone.
Motley Fool Money
Formerly the Motley Fool Answers podcast, they select a current financial topic and provide an overview about it with an expert. The topics are targeted more towards investors rather than someone who wants to learn about saving, budgeting or other personal finance topics.
For people involved in Real Estate, this podcast and their forum is one of the best places for intelligent discussions about the industry.