One of the best ways to learn about personal finance is by listening to podcasts. Most podcast episodes range anywhere from 20 minutes to over an hour and cover all sorts of money topics from budgeting and saving to investing and building a stable and profitable career.
I’ve hosted a podcast, Millennial Money, for over four years now, and have had the pleasure of interviewing all the hosts mentioned below. With financial literacy numbers at an all-time low, it is always great to see so many money experts doing their part to spread financial literacy to the masses.
'Invested' by Danielle and Phil Town
Whether you are a newbie to investing or a seasoned pro, the "Invested" podcast should be in your rotation. "Invested" is hosted by a father and daughter duo who chronicle their journey in the investing world, interview the leading investing experts and cover hot topics like the infamous Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting. "Invested" started as an experiment for Danielle as she was learning the investing ropes. Danielle and Phil even turned their knowledge from the podcast into a New York Times best-selling book, Invested: How Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger Taught Me to Master My Mind, My Emotions, and My Money. This podcast is excellent for someone who wants to grow his or her investing practice.
'Money With Friends' by Bobbie Rebell and Joe Saul-Sehy
If you enjoy a lively discussion about the top money headlines, then "Money With Friends" is a go-to podcast. Hosts Joe from the popular "Stacking Benjamins" podcast and Bobbi from the "Financial Grownup" podcast have joined forces to create this exciting podcast. Each episode covers hot button issues like "The Surprising Reason a Strong Economy Can Lead to More Divorce" and "Tracy Morgan Crashes His Brand New $2M Bugatti." This podcast is excellent for someone that wants to know the lowdown on the latest money headlines.
'Journey to Launch' by Jamila Souffrant
Have you heard of the F.I.R.E. movement? If so, then you’ll want to check out "Journey to Launch." Jamila is committed to sharing stories on the podcast about all aspects of reaching financial freedom. Episode topics range from stories of podcast guests who paid off massive amounts of money or created a profitable side hustle to achieving the ultimate financial independence. Jamila fosters lively discussions on each episode that help listeners achieve their money goals. This podcast is great for those looking to learn more about the F.I.R.E. movement and hear stories from others who have achieved financial freedom.
'So Money' by Farnoosh Torabi
"So Money" is the OG when it comes to personal finance podcasts. Launched in 2015, Farnoosh has created an army of listeners around the world who tune in to hear from her A-list roster of guests. Farnoosh herself is an award-winning financial strategist and author of two best-selling books: You’re So Money and When She Makes More. "So Money" episodes are digestible at 30 minutes each and guests range from money experts and CEOs to authors and more. Every Friday, Farnoosh hosts an "Ask Farnoosh" episode where she dives into listener questions.This podcast is great if you’re looking for a well-rounded dose of financial education that covers a broad range of topics.
'Switch, Pivot or Quit' by Ahyiana Angel
While not a traditional personal finance podcast, "Switch, Pivot or Quit" offers a different type of money freedom: lessons around getting paid what you are worth. Ahyiana has switched up her own career paths many times — from working as a sports entertainment publicist to an author and podcast host. Her weekly episodes are primarily for a female audience, although the advice she offers is pertinent for anyone who seeks a more meaningful career. Each episode is interview based and shares stories of others who have made a switch, pivot or quit to find a path towards greater fulfillment in their careers. This podcast is perfect for the person who seeks inspiration and actionable steps that can help him or her make a successful and profitable career change.