NPR’s Planet Money describes itself as a show where listeners can learn about the economy from a friend – at a bar.
While the economy may seem like a boring topic to many, Planet Money makes it interesting by doing deep dives on who it impacts and how – everything from inflation to fast food delivery to crypto and city building.
What’s more, the show takes a global approach, tackling all countries and the economic issues they face.
Although this isn’t the show to teach you how to manage your 401K, you will learn how a lot about where the economy is and where it’s headed – which is valuable knowledge for long-term investments.
If you are new to the financial literacy game, you’ve probably heard of The Budgenista. She is a well-known finance educator and author with a large social media following and a frequent daytime TV show guest.
She, along with her co-host Mandi Woodruff, another personal finance expert, started a podcast so you can get their advice every week.
They cover traditional finance topics like retirement accounts, debt management, and loans while also tackling current events, such as rising inflation and the pandemic.
Brown Ambition is perfect for those who don’t know where to start to manage their finances as well as those who have the basics down but still want to do more.
One of my favorite ways to learn is by listening to experts. This finance podcast leverages this by bringing in investment leaders from all sectors to offer advice and share their journey with listeners.
What’s great about this podcast is that it doesn’t just focus on standard investments like 401Ks, stocks, and bonds – they also discuss artificial intelligence, ecommerce, NFTs, gaming, and more.
This show is for business-driven folks who want to learn how to diversify their income streams and scale their businesses.
Factories of The Future
The Past, Present and Future of Digital Infrastructure
Created for women by women, this podcast is an extension of the Clever Girl Finance brand, which is personal finance media and education platform in the U.S.
From personal success stories to pop culture lessons to expert tips, Clever Girls Know has a little bit of everything in its podcast. This is what makes the podcast exciting – every week, you get something fresh and different.
The Parallels between Your Health/Diet and Your Finances
The Good, The Bad, and the Backlash of Saving $100K
How Stephanie Increased Her Income, Then Identified & Addressed Her Money Trauma
Are you a parent struggling to balance family and business? Then, this podcast is for you.
Parents Making Profits is all about ways to earn money while balancing raising a family.
The best part? It’s led by two Dadpreneurs who practice what they preach – so, you know you’re getting advice from those who understand exactly what you’re going through and how to tackle those challenges.
How to Get PR without a Publicist
Who is more helpful when starting your business: Strangers or Friends/Family?
Money conversations can get complicated very quickly. Think of Money Please as your go-to friend for all things finances who can give you the scoop and offer advice without shaming or judging you.
The host, Berna Anat, regularly brings in experts to help listeners go from a fear of money to a love of personal finance.
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Best for Those Seeking Early Retirement: Choose FI
Ever watch those “I’m retired at 30” videos and wished that was you? Then, start listening to Choose FI.
This podcast focuses on reaching financial independence (FI) early by exploring tactics used by those who have achieved it. They tackle debt management, tax hacks, passive income streams, real estate, free travel, and more.