We recently looked at part 1 of 50+ money podcasts that you should pay attention to. However, there are so many more great financial podcasts than that. Here are 25+ more to bring our complete list to 50 of the best money podcasts available. As with the first list, topics include everything from basic budgeting to advanced investing plus lots more.
Quick and Dirty Tips has a whole series of fun podcasts about various aspects of life. In addition to Money Girl, there’s Grammar Girl, Get-Fit Guy, and Mighty Mommy (among others.) Money Girl is, obviously, the personal finance section. It’s hosted by Laura Adams, MBA, who shares a broad range of basic money advice. Recent posts include:
- Guide to Using a Balance Transfer Credit Card
- How to Choose Investments (6 Do’s and Don’ts)
- The Right Way to Talk to Your Aging Parents About Money
This podcast is a few years old and isn’t updated anymore. However, there are more than eighty episodes in the archives, so you can find a lot to listen to. You’ll find ideas for quickly paying debt, earning side income, and beginning investing.
The Motley Fool folks actually have five different financial podcasts. Therefore, they offer a little something for everyone:
- Industry Focus offers daily insight into the financial analysis of specific industries such as technology or energy.
- Market Foolery is a daily news-focused finance podcast.
- Motley Fool Answers has two co-hosts who share answers to common personal finance questions.
- Motley Fool Money is a weekly overview of financial news, stocks, money interviews, etc.
- Rule Breaker Investing is the investment blog hosted by Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner.
Optimal Living Daily also has multiple podcasts including ones on health and relationships. One section (Optimal Finance Daily) is about money. Some of the recent topics this podcast covered include the drawbacks of maxing out your 401K, alternatives to car ownership, and the psychology of money.
This podcast provides tips and information to help you practice conscious, intentional, mindful money habits. Moreover, it covers earning money, managing it, thoughtful spending, planning for early retirement, and more.
31. Planet Money
This is one of the most accessible financial podcasts about the economy. If you want to understand the big picture of money then this is a great place to start. Some of the podcast’s interest recent topics include teachers relationships with the government, economic pros and cons of recycling, and the challenges of getting your money back through Venmo.
Many financial podcasts are simplified so that someone new to money concepts can connect with the material. However, this isn’t one of those financial podcasts. If you want in-depth, detailed, specific take-action information about personal finance then you should see if this podcast is one you might love.
If you’re interested in saving money then this is the podcast for you. Some financial podcasts only touch on this topic whereas this one is completely dedicated to savings. If you’re interested in coupons, pantry challenges, tax-saving tips, and so forth then this is a good podcast to listen to.
If the financial podcasts you’re most interested in are those about making extra income then be sure to check out Side Hustle Nation. There are more than 300 episodes covering a range of earning opportunities. Some of the archives have been grouped into three categories to help you easily find what you like:
- The Blogging Mixtape is all about making money blogging
- The Freelancing Mixtape provides insights into freelance income
- Money Making Minute, which is just quick tips for making money
This podcast provides information and interviews about earning money online in ways that will grow passive income over time. Recent topics include Amazon book marketing, common entrepreneur mistakes, and “the state of podcasting.”
Farnoosh Torbani is a smart, charismatic woman who knows a lot about money. Moreover, she uses her podcast to interview other smart people who know about financial matters. Some of the show’s most interesting categories include “money and couples, “family finances,” “achieving your goals” and “mind and money.” She also talks regularly about debt management, money etiquette, student loans, budgeting, and more.
Have you ever heard of the Plutus Awards? For the past ten years, they’ve celebrated “excellence in financial media.” Stacking Benjamins is one of the financial podcasts that has previously won this award. It’s a magazine-style podcast, which means that each hour-plus long episode is broken up into multiple segments of 10-15 minutes each. As a result, the podcast is able to cover a very wide range of money topics.
38. The BiggerPockets Podcasts
BiggerPockets is all about building wealth through real estate. They have three different podcasts:
- BiggerPockets Money, which is all about the personal finance stuff related to real estate investment. If you only check out one of the three podcasts, this is the one to try.
- BiggerPockets Business Podcast, which covers topics related to starting, growing, and selling a business.
- BiggerPockets Podcast which is kind of a catch-all of everything they cover.
This is a weekly show with a fun format because Chris Hogan directly answers people’s questions about wealth building. Notably, this is one of several financial podcasts that are part of The Dave Ramsey Network.
This is a short-format podcast that procides information about getting out from under student loan debt so that you can make the most of your money while you’re still young. Popular episodes include those on investing apps, student loan forgiveness programs, and how to dispute a medical bill.
As aforementioned, The Dave Ramsey Network consists of a series of financial podcasts including The Chris Hogan Show. Of course, the hallmark of the network is The Dave Ramsey Show. In fact, this is one of the most well-known financial podcasts out there.
The other podcasts in the network are:
- Business Boutique, which is for women who want to start and run their own business
- EntreLeadership, which covers topics such as running your own business and the team leadership issues that come with that
- The Ken Coleman Show, which is about career choices and earning money doing work that you love
- The Rachel Cruze Show, which provides practical tips for saving money and meeting financial goals
If investing is your thing then you can gain deep financial insight into stocks across different industries by listening to these weekly podcast episodes.
43. The Fairer Cents
Two women (a millennial and a GenXer) have come together to talk about women and money. Furthermore, they give voice to people and topics that are underrepresented in the world of personal finance. Recent topics have included:
- “Personal Responsibility vs. Systemic Realities”
- Women’s anger in a male-oriented career world
- Women and financial advocacy
Jen and Jill share their tips and advice about frugal living. Their advice deals with real issues that regular people face like how to actually make use of the cash envelope system and what to do when your spouse doesn’t want to be as frugal as you do.
45. The Minimalists
Minimalism is different from frugality. Whereas frugality is about spending less money, minimalism is specifically about having fewer things. There are many things that overlap but minimalism is a distinct thing. If it’s a thing that you’re interested in then this is definitely one of the best financial podcasts for you.
If you’ve ever done any research into podcats about business then you’ll definitely have heard of Tim Ferriss. He interviews successful people across all different types of industries to help listeners understand various approaches and tactics to business success.
This podcast is for people who have started a business, and are doing okay, but would really like to take things to the next level. The next level might be making more money or it might be retiring early. Whatever it is, the podcast offers tips to figure out then meet those goals.
48. We Study Billionaires / The Investor’s Podcast
Somewhat similar in intent to Tim Ferriss, these podcasters look at how billionaires have made and invested their money. Then they share those insights with listeners.
49. Well Kept Wallet
Learn how regular people have figured out how to earn good money doing something that they love. Moreover, get tips about making passive income and becoming financially independent.
Budgeting is the foundation of good personal finance hygiene. There are many basics to investing, but there are also some advanced tips that you might not be aware of. This podcast provides all of that information.
Don’t forget to go back to Part 1 of this 2-Part series of financial podcasts so that you don’t miss any.