National Radio Day: The Best Financial Programs

Posted on 08/19/2013

Some people say radio is dying, but according to the Federal Communications Commission there are 15,256 AM and FM radio stations in the US. Radio is a great way to receive financial information and budget advice. In honor of National Radio Day, which falls on August 20, here are five programs to tune into with your radio dial.

The Dave Ramsey Show
Millions tune into The Dave Ramsey Show for common sense money talk that promotes debt-free living. It's currently broadcast on more than 500 radio stations from coast to coast. As Dave Ramsey says, it's financial advice your grandmother gives only we keep our teeth in. To find a station in your area check out

The Clark Howard Radio Show
Nationally syndicated on more than 200 radio stations, The Clark Howard Radio Show helps consumers save more, spend less and avoid getting ripped off. Howard is a successful lifelong entrepreneur who has written several books to help people live large on less.

Bloomberg Radio
For a more in depth look at financial markets around the world, critical analysis on breaking business stories and expert investing advice tune into Bloomberg Radio. The station airs on FM and AM frequencies in New York and Boston as well as SiriusXM Channel 113.

Ballancing Your Budget
Rodney Ballance Jr. hosts his show Ballancing Your Budget every Saturday night from 6-8pm Eastern. Learn strategies wealthy people use to multiply their assets so you can accomplish your goals.

Your Money
Every week listeners in the Upper Midwest can learn financial tips and straightforward financial planning solutions on the Your Money radio show. If you live outside the listening area check out the archives at

By Alison Storm

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Posted on 10.10.13 at 2:00 PM

It's a joy to find somoene who can think like that

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