Best Personal Finance Podcast: Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily was far and away my favorite personal finance podcast while I was paying off my student loan debt.

The narrator, Dan Weinberg, finds posts from blogs online or excerpts from books about all sorts of money-related topics and reads them on the podcast. Each podcast episode on Optimal Finance Daily is only about 8 minutes long, and is absolutely packed with information that is incredibly helpful.

The best part, I think, is that there are now over 700 recorded episodes, meaning you can easily sift through them and pick and choose the ones that relate to you best! Or the ones that you think will help you most.

The podcast episodes deal with a variety of money topics, including:

  • Paying down debt
  • Saving money
  • Side hustles
  • Retiring early
  • Attaining financial freedom

I absolutely love it and I’ve honestly listened to probably 500 of the episodes. It’s just so wonderfully narrated by Dan Weinberg, has great and helpful content, and in my opinion, not at all boring! :p

It’s also helped me learn a lot about money. It’s an easy way to consume financial information without feeling like you’re in class or that it’s a chore. Check it out!

You can find Optimal Finance Daily on Spotify, or any other place where you can listen to podcasts.

Oh and if you enjoy Optimal Finance Daily, there are a few other podcasts in the Optimal Finance Daily family like Optimal Health Daily, Optimal Life Daily, Optimal Business Daily and more. They’re all similar in the way they’re run, all focused on personal development, and all very informative!

Do you listen to any personal finance podcasts? If so, let me know – I’d love to check it out!


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