Have major money goals this year, but don’t know where to start? Podcasts are a great way to get into personal finance. Or to level up and take what you know a step further. Prepare to hit subscribe…here are seven of the best personal finance podcasts to tune into.
“So Money” by Farnoosh Torabi
Featuring in-depth interviews with personal finance experts and audience Q&As, this podcast will get you motivated to make your own money moves. And it’s a must-subscribe for anyone who owns their own business (or side hustle). Torabi frequently interviews business owners and authors like Ramit Sethi and Tori Dunlap of Her First $100k.
“Brown Ambition Podcast” by Mandi Woodruff and Tiffany Aliche
Hosted by two money experts — Mandi Woodruff, a personal finance journalist, and Tiffany Aliche, aka “The Budgetnista” — the "Brown Ambition Podcast" is for anyone who wants to learn about building wealth and making smart career choices. Mark your calendar: New episodes are released every Wednesday.
“Afford Anything” by Paula Pant
Paula Pant’s podcast is based on her philosophy that you can afford anything…but not everything. It’s a great resource for building your knowledge on topics like investing in real estate (or crypto) or lowering your tax bill.Episodes feature Q&As with Pant herself. And guests span psychologists to investors and entrepreneurs.
“Journey to Launch” by Jamila Souffrant
Jamila Souffrant puts complicated financial topics into context. For anyone wanting a dose of financial inspiration, this podcast is a great place to turn. Souffrant’s interviews with authors, money influencers, and financial planners often include stories about big financial achievements from those who’ve done it.
“Yo Quiero Dinero” by Jannese Torres-Rodriguez
Hosted by Jannese Torres-Rodriguez, this podcast breaks down topics like crypto, investing, and budgeting in an accessible way. Interviews and inspiration are cornerstones of this podcast, which releases new episodes every Sunday.Past guests include Farnoosh Torabi and Jamila Souffrant (two names you may recognize from this list).
“Women and Money” by Suze Orman
Iconic money expert Suze Orman hosts this twice-weekly podcast herself. She takes questions from the audience and breaks down how the news could affect your wallet.Like rising interest rates (hi, inflation) or navigating the hot housing market.
Personal finance podcasts are a great resource for boosting your financial know-how. From saving to investing in cryptocurrency and building wealth, these podcasts have the inspiration and insight to help you meet your money goals. So grab your headphones and hit subscribe.
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