Top 5 Retirement Podcasts Everyone Should Listen To

Personal finance isn't always exciting, but mastering its main tenets is always important. Learning the basics of investing, how to reduce your tax bill, and how to save more of your paycheck each month can help you achieve a more fruitful life -- and avoid many of the financial pitfalls of today's consumer-driven society.

Fortunately, good financial information is now more accessible than ever. All kinds of blogs and websites offer up-to-date financial advice and tips. Meanwhile, you can also find numerous money podcasts that can help you stay up to speed.

But why podcasts? While consuming financial content online has been a popular option since the invention of the web, podcasts are growing in popularity for a few reasons. You can listen anywhere --

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