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PODCASTS ABOUT MONEY
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.
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If you spend any time commuting than podcasts are a great way to get some learning and motivation in. They are also great for listening while exercising or cleaning the house.
Not familiar with how to listen to podcasts?
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.
On the iPhone its a purple icon that says podcasts and should be on your phone by default, if you don’t see it do a search or download a free podcast player.
I also link to the website of some of the podcasts on the list in case you want to listen to them right from there most have them available online.
So if one looks interesting just search for it in your favorite podcast player and start listening.
Let’s get to the list! I did not put these in any particular order but all of them are ones I subscribe to or just recently added to my list.
20 PERSONAL FINANCE PODCASTS
If you want some motivation to get out of debt then this is definitely the podcast for you. Dave Ramsey is the author of The Total Money Makeover and creator of Financial Peace University and he will tell it to you straight.
This podcast is really a radio show where regular people call in and ask questions and get advice.
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 own debt. I could go on and on about this podcast so if you listen to just one podcast this would be my recommendation.
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-your-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.
I really like her podcasts and find her advice easy to follow and to implement without being overwhelmed.
In this podcast, the hosts Talaat and Tai McNeely help you find the balance between managing your money, your marriage and everything in between.
They discuss numerous personal finance topics such as debt elimination, money-saving strategies, budgeting, credit repair, and more.
The Money Nerds podcast is hosted by Whitney Hansen. Whitney interviews everyday people with weird, unique, and amazing money stories.
She shares stories of people who are on their way to financial independence, people who are paying off a ton of debt, people who are saving more money, or even starting a business.
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.
Nationally-syndicated consumer expert Clark Howard shows you practical money-saving ideas to help you Save More, Spend Less, and Avoid Ripoffs. I really love the diversity of this podcast.
Clark really goes into everything about money and he is very realistic and just a real joy to listen too. He also takes calls from real people and helps them on the air and off so check him out.
I listen to him pretty much weekly because he tends to talk about current events and money related topics and scams to be aware of.
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The marriage, kids, and money podcast is run by Andy Hill of marriagekidsandmoney.com and on the podcast, Andy explores personal finance topics to help you strengthen your family tree and live financially free.
HerMoney is a podcast by money expert and author of Women with Money Jean Chatzky. Jean Chatzky helps women live comfortably (and worry-free) tomorrow, offering the latest research, expert tips, and personal advice.
Rachel of Cruze is the daughter of Dave Ramsey and author of Love Your Life Not Theirs. On her podcast, she talks about practical tips on how to save more money, get out of debt quickly and make progress toward your goals.
You’ve probably heard of the term financial independence and maybe even the term FIRE (financial independence retire early).
If you’re interested in learning more about how you can get to financial independence sooner rather than later then this is the podcast for you!
Hosts Jonathan Mendosa & Brad Barrett talk about everything from reducing expenses and crushing debt to building an online business and investing in real estate.
Mo’ Money is hosted by millennial money expert Jessica Moorhouse. Jessica interviews top personal finance & business experts, celebrities, as well as entrepreneurs, authors, bloggers, and friends.
15. Like a Mother
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.
Elle Martinez discusses how to build your net worth and your marriage by helping you create a financial system that works for both of you.
Each episode tackles a topic that couples deal with such as paying off debt faster, saving for the future, investing smarter and retiring earlier.
Journey to Launch is hosted by Certified Financial Education Instructor, blogger, and money coach Jamila Souffrant.
She helps you find clarity around your finances ad create an actionable plan to reach your goals.
I just added this one to my list and can’t wait to dig in!
Radical Personal Finance is hosted by financial planner Joshua Sheats. He teaches people how to live rich now while building a plan for financial freedom in 10 years or less.
I found this podcast after hearing Joshua on another podcast. I am just now getting around to listening to it and will probably binge watch a few episodes.
19. The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman
Ric Edelman author of The Truth About Money teaches you about investments, IRAs, retirement planning, mortgages, insurance, college planning and more.
20. Martinis and Your Money Podcast
Host Shannon McLay is a successful entrepreneur and personal finance expert who helps people get financially fit.
In each episode, Shannon shares a martini (or something similar) and discusses money and careers very casually.
Do you have any favorite podcasts about money that you want to recommend? Leave a comment!