If you’re not listening to these money podcasts, then you’re missing out on a lot of education and entertainment. They run the gamut from basic personal finance tips to advanced investing suggestions. Together they include interviews and information about frugal living, budgeting, talking about money, taxes, retirement savings, spending, and more. Here is part 1 of 50+ of the best finance podcasts to listen to.
These two “regular guys” discuss a lot about frugal living. Moreover, they break down complex financial topics so that just about anyone can understand them. Recent episodes include:
- Life as a Renter
- How to Market Your Business on a Budget
- How to Survive with Only One Car
Paula Pant shares her advice about how to “afford anything,” even though you can’t “afford everything.” This is all about making the most of your life, escaping the 9-5 grind, and figuring out how to make smart decisions with your finances.
If you’re looking for an interview-based podcast headed up by a queer, feminist comedian then this is the podcast for you. Gaby Dunn is the host and she covers topics that other money podcasts just aren’t talking about. For example, recent topics include:
- The “Women on 20s” campaign to get Harriet Tubman’s face on the 20 dollar bill
- Currency created by the Nazi party during The Holocaust
- Debunking myths about poverty
Learn about what’s happening with the global economy through this podcast. This is a serious podcast rich in news and analysis.
Two guys discuss all aspects of financial independence. For example, they talk about living frugally, saving intelligently, investing wisely, and adding income through side hustles.
This podcast provides financial tips for growing your net worth as a couple. It’s not easy to make money work together, so this is helpful information for anyone in a relationship.
Anna Sale interviews celebrities (and others) about the many different money issues we all face. In addition to money, it includes information about family and work.
8. Debt Free Guys / Queer Money
Queer Money is the podcast hosted by the duo known as the Debt Free Guys. As the name indicates, the podcast covers financial topics as they relate specifically to the LGBTQ community. In fact, it’s really a one-of-a-kind podcast. There are more than 150 episodes, plenty of which are relevant whether you identify as queer or not. Recent queer-specific topics include:
- The State of LGBTQ Financial Wellness
- How Queer Entrepreneurs Can Grow Their Business
- 7 Surprising and Affordable Gay Wedding Tips
This is a FIRE podcast. Therefore, if you want to retire early, then you’ll want to make sure you’re listening to this podcast.
10. Financial Independence Podcast by Mad Fientist
Here’s another FIRE podcast. This one is rich in interviews with people who are living financially independent lives.
11. Financial Rockstar / Scott Alan Turner Show
Most people call this podcast the Financial Rockstar podcast. However, it’s officially named the Scott Alan Turner Show. Of course, that’s the host’s name. He shares the tips he’s figured out on his own journey to becoming a financial rockstar.
Certified financial planners provide information about “financial opportunities missed by most people.”
This podcast is for SAHMs who want to find ways to save money. For example, post topics include “how to save money on a road trip” and “how to spring clean your finances.”
This podcast isn’t strictly about personal finance. In fact, it’s really more about the impact technology has on culture. However, that does intersect with money. For example, one episode is about the effect personal finance apps ahv
Host Jean Chatzky believes that women have specific financial needs and challenges. Therefore, she offers direct advice for women.
16. InvestED Podcast / Rule 1 Investing
Where you put your money matters. This is an investing podcast with insights into aligning investments with life values.
This is a female-hosted podcast about aiming for financial independence by age 40. Jamila Souffrant, the blog’s host, is also a personal finance expert on Making Cents with Kristie.
18. Life Kit Money by NPR
Life Kit is a series of different guides with tips about various important aspects of life. Obviously, Life Kit Money is the set of guides relating to personal finance. Post topics include student loan debt, credit score tips, and budgeting advice.
Kate Nesi is a “frugal wife, mother, runner, and librarian.” Her podcast is primarily about frugal living and making the most of your money. However, she also touches on other life topics including diet and exercise as well as family and home.
This is a lively podcast about earning money in smart ways so that you can retire early if you want to do so. Recent episodes include:
- Zero to FIRE Using AirBnb
- How to Get Rich Without Getting Lucky
- Paying Off Your Mortgage Strategically
21. MapleMoney Show
This money podcast is unique because it’s for Canadians. Of course, many of the basic personal finance information will apply to anyone. However, if you’re looking for something a little different, then this could capture your attention.
22. Meb Faber Show
Meb Faber is the CIO of Cambria Investment Management. Therefore, this podcast is all about investing. If you want to delve deep into the world of investing then this is a good place to start.
23. Millennial Money
Shannah Compton Game and co-host Jeff Game talk about the basics of personal finance for the millennial generation. If you’re interested in fresh tips about paying off debt, budgeting for your income, and starting a first business then this podcast has episodes for you.
This podcast by Canadian personal finance expert Jessica Moorhouse has more than 200 episodes. Therefore, it’d be hard not to find something to learn here. She shares a lot of her own smart advice. However, she also interviews a diverse array of people who know different aspects of money. Recent episodes include:
- Your Investing Questions Answered
- Solutions for Your Student Debt
- Why You Need to Make a Will
- How To Level Up Your Money (panel discussion)
This is a weekly podcast about understanding your money. There is a lot of information about investing. However, it also covers other relevant topics including cryptocurrency and FIRE topics.
Note: This is Part 1 of a 2-part series. Make sure to check out part 2 of the best money podcasts for a complete list of more than 50 money podcasts you don’t want to miss out on.
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