7 Awesome Personal Finance Podcasts
If you want to learn more about personal finance, check out these 7 awesome podcasts! Whether you’re doing the dishes, working out, or commuting, podcasts are a fun, easy way to learn more about money.
The next time you want to be informed, inspired, and entertained, listen to one of these great personal finance podcasts:
Hosted by financial strategist and author Farnoosh Tarney, this podcast features candid conversations about money. Previous guests have included Arianna Huffington, Tim Ferriss, Gretchen Rubin, Seth Godin, Robert Kiyosaki, Jim Cramer, and Margaret Cho. Plus, financially savvy Farnoosh answers listener’s money questions every Friday!
If you want actionable personal finance and career advice, So Money just might become your next favorite podcast.
“Imagine you could call up a friend and say, “Meet me at the bar and tell me what’s going on with the economy.” Now imagine that’s actually a fun evening. That’s what we’re going for at Planet Money.” – Planet Money
Want to understand the ins and outs of the economy? This is the podcast for you! NPR’s Planet Money podcasts breaks down financial issues simply and clearly. Episodes cover everything from buying a home to student debt to traffic tariffs. Even better? Every topic is explained in a super interesting way – we promise!
Listen Money Matters
If you’re looking for down-to-earth personal finance advice, this is the podcast for you. Dubbed “not your father’s boring finance show” hosts Andrew and Matt offer in-depth advice and discussions about money.
Even better? This show breaks down complex personal finance topics so they actually make sense. Recent episodes to check out include:
- “Marie Kondo Your Finances So They Spark Joy”
- “Investing in the Age of Anxiety with The Broke Millennial”
- “5 Questions: Smart Saver, Student Loans, and S-Corps”
Jean Chatzky knows her finances. She’s the financial editor of NBC’s TODAY show and the author of two hit books about money: AgeProof: Living Longer Without Running Out of Money or Breaking a Hip and Women with Money.
In her fun, informative podcast she focuses on how women handle money. Episodes explore the unique challenges women face with their finances, careers, and wealth. Compassionate, funny, and informative this is an awesome podcast for women listeners.
Death, Sex & Money
This unique podcast series from WNYC explores the taboo topics that affect everyone’s lives deeply. Enter: episodes about death, sex, and money.
In-depth interviews and standalone episodes on financial topics like student debt, provide a more emotional window into the impact of money on our lives.
Gen Y-ers this podcast is for you! Host Shannah Compton Game is a certified financial planner who interviews financial experts about topics like credit cards, budgeting, and saving. Practical, relatable, and empowering this podcast is a good listen for all personal finance newbies.
If you want to ” jumpstart your finances, ignite your savings, and reach all of your awesome goals” check out the latest episode of Millennial Money!
Paula Pant’s podcast is packed with helpful advice for those who want to reach “financial independence.” Episodes features informative expert interviews, answers to listener questions, and explorations of financial topics.
Recent episodes to check out include:
- “The Latte Factor, with author David Bach”
- “Ask Paula: How Does My Net Worth Compare to Others My Age?”
- “Thirteen Dumb Mistakes Smart People Make with Their Money”
Alexis Irvin is a writer and documentary filmmaker obsessed with entrepreneurship, careers, and pursuing dreams. Her Millennial career guide, Build Your Dreams: How to Make a Living Doing What You Love, is available at bookstores everywhere! Alexis lives in sunny Los Angeles where she loves to hike, eat tacos, and read on the beach.