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Your Summer Financial Podcast Playlist

Summer is almost here. Why not use some of your downtime to improve your financial know-how with a podcast? A podcast is like a radio show, but on the internet, that you can listen to any time, on the plane, at the beach or where ever the summer takes you.

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Community Content Team
May 17, 2019 in: Everyday Finance

Learn While You Listen

There are over a half a million podcasts available right now, so whether you or interested in learning more about investing, or looking for tips on how to save more money, there are a variety of podcasts that can help.

Here are four to consider:

So Money
Farnoosh Torabi is an award-winning, relatable podcast that resonates regardless of your current situation. Torabi shares money stories with everyday people, financial experts and everyone in between.

We Study Billionaires: The Investors Podcast
Hosts Preston Pysh and Stig Broderse break down the actions and ideas that led self-made billionaires to their success and share it, so others learn from them.

Hosted by personal finance journalist and best-selling author Jean Chatzky, this podcast focuses on finances for women including some of the unique situations and challenges women face in the economy.

Planet Money
The podcast by NPR describes itself as "The economy explained. Imagine you could call up a friend and say, 'Meet me at the bar and tell me what's going on with the economy.' Now imagine that's actually a fun evening." We couldn't have said it better ourselves.

Get Started Listening to a "Pod"

If you have never listened to a podcast (often referred to as a pod) before, don't worry. It's easy to get started, and there are lots of podcast apps available to suit your needs.

Which financial podcasts are your favorites?

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Community Content Team

BECU's community content team writes about personal finance topics like budgeting, saving and building credit to help you reach your financial health goals.