Kiplinger delivers timely, actionable personal finance guidance to help you earn, keep, and make the most of your money. Each new weekly episode has down-to-earth insights on saving for retirement, cutting your tax bill, investing for growth and income, maintaining good credit, and much more.
Estate-Planning Your Stuff, with T. Eric Reich
What to do with the house, the vacation house and the china? We talk with a financial adviser who's got some wise counsel. Also, who makes up the so-called Generation I?
How to Invest Green in a White-Hot Market, with Anne Kates Smith
Sustainable stocks are going gangbusters. In an era of triple-digit gains for many market favorites (it's not just Tesla), we look for value options. Also, use your tax-day delay wisely.
Bitcoin: Should You Invest? With Tyrone Ross
Pretending it's a fad that will go away didn't work for the internet, and it won't work for cryptocurrency, either. But there are still so many questions. We'll field some key ones with an expert who bridges digital currency and traditional financial advising.
The Red-Hot Housing Market with Daniel Bortz
Home sales and prices have been on a tear and are forecast to continue to rise in 2021. Whether you're hoping to sell, buy or refi, contributing writer Daniel Bortz has insights for you. And: Did you win your bracket? What that means for taxes.
The Gig Economy Today with Kathy Kristof
As with so many things, the pandemic has had big effect on side hustles and contract work. We talk with an expert in the field on finding a good gig. Also, there's a lot noise about inflation these days.
Max Out Your Stimulus Check with Rocky Mengle
You probably know you're getting a check, but did you know you can have an impact on its amount? Senior tax editor Rocky Mengle talks about the moves you can make to upsize your stimulus. Also, will your state raise -- or lower -- your taxes.
Great investing podcast
Great podcast with investing tips that people don’t normally think about. My only recommendation is to make Sandy the lead of the podcast - it seems like she has a lot more knowledge and deserves the top slot.
Easy to listen to and informative
David does a great job guiding listeners through complicated material and anticipating questions that the listeners have. He and Sandy have a nice rapport. I have learned a lot and appreciate topical financial information being explained well. I regularly recommend to others.
Great practical advice!
I always learn something new listening to this show. It’s very down to earth advice and you don’t have to be a millionaire to benefit.