I was always in love with audiobooks, but now I am loving podcasts even more! Especially podcasts about money. Why personal finance podcasts? Because they are free for one, and they are super motivational and educational all at once.
I practically live in my car so to be able to listen to podcasts while I’m in the car is so great, I feel like I’m not wasting any time driving.
I actually look forward to taking a drive and listening to my podcasts. Of course, you can listen to a podcast anywhere not just in the car, but that is where it works best for me.
Let’s get to the list! I am starting off with my personal favorite personal finance podcasts at the top as I haven’t been able to listen to all of these yet.
I use the podcast player on my iPhone to subscribe to them, but you should be able to use any podcast player or visit the website of the podcast for more ways to listen to them.
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Best Personal Finance Podcasts
Dave Ramsey is the author of The Total Money Makeover and creator of Financial Peace University. I am a little obsessed with The Dave Ramsey Show podcast, and I think you will be too. He takes calls from regular people like you and me that have questions about money. You can call in if you want to get a question answered as well.
One of the parts of the show that I find really motivational is when people who have become debt free using his methods and advice, call in or go to his office to do their “debt-free scream.” These stories are amazing and so motivational.
To hear that a couple making $60,000 a year was able to pay off $20,000 in debt is inspiring and will keep you motivated to pay off your debt. I could go on and on about this podcast so if you listen to just one podcast this would be my recommendation.
If you’re interested in finding out more on Dave Ramsey and want to start paying down your debt, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND The Total Money Makeover.
I found Chris Hogan through Dave Ramsey since he is part of his team and I am glad I did. Subscribe to this podcast if you want to stay motivated and learn how to create the retirement you have always dreamed of from America’s voice on retirement. You can also download free resources from each episode to help keep you on track!
Host Farnoosh Torabi is an award-winning financial strategist, TV host, and bestselling author. Her podcast brings inspiring money strategies and stories straight from today’s top business minds, authors and influencers. You can find out more about Farnoosh or submit questions to her via her website for the podcast: www.SoMoneyPodcast.com.
Creator and Award-Winning Blogger, Chris Peach, creator of The Awesome Money Course, shows you exactly how to HAPPEN TO YOUR MONEY instead of your money happening to you. This is the show where you will actually learn something that you can take with you and implement right away. It’s about showing you the STEP-BY-STEP, COMMON-SENSE, and sometimes the in-you-face reality check, when it comes to BUDGETING, PAYING OFF DEBT, SAVING MONEY, BUILDING WEALTH, and all the little tips, tricks, and ideas along the way.
Laura Adams is the writer and host of the top-rated Money Girl Podcast on Macmillan’s Quick and Dirty Tips Network. Laura gives actionable advice and tips that fans can put into practice immediately following each show. Her personal mission is to help listeners Live Rich and Love the Journey with her.
Stacking Benjamins is a magazine-style podcast. While each episode is just over an hour long, rarely will a segment run longer than 10 -15 minutes. Don’t care for a particular topic? Wait a few minutes, and they will be on to the next topic.
This is a twice weekly podcast from Emma Johnson of wealthysinglemom.com. She has candid conversations on money, business, career, parenting, feminism, dating and more.
Nationally-syndicated consumer expert Clark Howard shows you practical money-saving ideas to help you Save More, Spend Less, and Avoid Ripoffs. I just started to listen to this one and so far so good.