Directory of Finance Podcasts

Welcome to our financial podcasts directory! Covering the best podcasts around money, entrepreneurship, investing and more - as recommended by our financial blogging community (and continually updated). Click on any category to sort, or use our "search" feature below to help you find a specific podcast. If you're a $$$ blogger and want to recommend any other podcasts not listed here (or want to chime in with thoughts on those that are) take our poll and we'll be sure to incorporate it. Hope this helps, y'all!

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Podcast Summary
The Dave Ramsey Show
The Dave Ramsey Show is hosted by personal finance expert Dave Ramsey, who teaches you how to manage and budget your money better, get out of debt faster, build wealth, and ultimately live in financial peace. People either love or hate his no-nonsense approach, however it's hard to dismiss his millions of listeners and fans over the decades. Dave's often linked with the Debt Snowball technique, and is the founder of Financial Peace University and his 7 Baby Steps to Financial Peace.
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Launched: 1992 | Categories: Debt, Frugality, Money Management
Listen Money Matters!
An uncensored (and often brash) show that brings much needed actionable advice to a generation that hates being lectured too from out of touch financial experts. Andrew and Thomas are both relatable and down-to-earth, covering the ins and outs of everything personal finance-related. As their tagline states, "this is not your father's boring money show."
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White Coat Investor Podcast
Hosted by a practicing emergency physician, and blogger by the same name, The White Coat Investor Podcast is a high-yield show that specifically deals with the financial issues facing medical students, residents, physicians, dentists, and similar high-income professionals. This show teaches you to use your high income to escape from your student loans, provide for your family, build wealth, and stop getting ripped off by unscrupulous financial professionals. Podcasts range from 15-30 minutes long so you can listen to one during the average commute.
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Launched: 2017 | Categories: Money Management, Career, Debt, Investing
Masters of Money
This is PT Money's show, the founder of our financial blogging/media conference - FinCon. He interviews the people of FinCon to open up about their financial turnarounds, the goals they've achieved, what they still struggle with, the tools they use, their plans for the future, and more. And hopes his own success of paying off debts, maxing out retirement accounts, and leaving his corporate job to start two successful businesses will be helpful in sharing as well.
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Scott Alan Turner is a former money moron how lived the paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle, losing $40k in the stock market and racking up a load of credit card debt. But by age 35, he turned it all around and became a self-made millionaire who now shares how it's done. With his off-beat humor and signature live-on-your-own-terms approach, Scott is on a mission to help people reach financial independence and ultimately achieve a life full of awesome experiences.
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Budgets and Cents
Budgets and Cents is a weekly podcast co-hosted by Cait Flanders (formerly Blonde on a Budget) and Carrie Smith (Careful Cents). In the past few years, the two have paid off nearly $45,000 of debt, gotten rid of most of their belongings and quit their jobs to work for themselves. Cait and Carrie have discovered that not being weighed down by debt and clutter gave them the freedom to try new things and live the lives they wanted. If you change your money, you can change your life - it’s that simple. New episodes come out every Tuesday, and topics include budgeting for your life and business, embracing minimalism, working for yourself and more.
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Clever Girls Know
Bola Onada Sokunbi is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI) and money expert who teaches women to ditch debt, save money and build real wealth.
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Launched: 2016 | Categories: Money Management, Debt, Earning More, Investing
The founder of YNAB's podcast that offers "a weekly dose of just the right medicine to help you get out of debt, save more money, and beat the paycheck to paycheck cycle." YNAB = You Need A Budget, and is one of the most popular tools for tracking your money. Currently listed in the top 3 most popular apps in our Directory here.
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Launched: 2011 | Categories: Money Management, Debt, Earning More, Frugality, Investing
The Money Nerds Podcast
Have you ever met someone with a cool money story and thought "why hasn’t everyone heard this??" The Money Nerds podcast shares these stories once a week, featuring people crushing debt, living interesting lives, and most importantly, living life on their own damn terms.
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Launched: 2016 | Categories: Lifestyle, Debt, Entrepreneurship, Money Management
His & Her Money Show
Talaat and Tai equip you to find the balance between managing your money, you marriage and everything in between. Their goal is to help each and every person build wealth and become completely debt free! They cover a number of personal finance topics such as debt elimination, money saving strategies, budgeting techniques, credit repair, investments, and more. It's not just about money though, they also tackle topics to help build powerful family structures like organization skills, time management, and faith.
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Money Girl Podcast
Money Girl provides short and friendly personal finance, real estate, and investing tips to help you live a richer life. Each episode is about 10 minutes long, and has been downloaded more than 40 million times. Laura's inspiration for episodes comes from current events, social media, listener questions, and everyday conversations with friends.
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Launched: 2008 | Categories: Money Management, Debt, Frugality, Investing, Real Estate
Optimal Finance Daily
Optimal Finance Daily finds the best blog posts around on personal finance and minimalism, and then literally reads them out loud to you :) Sort of like an "audioblog" or "blogcast." Current sites featured are Mr Money Mustache, Zen Habits, I Will Teach You To Be Rich, Budgets Are Sexy, The Minimalists, Steve Pavlina, Cait Flanders, and Early Retirement Extreme. It's literally listening to blog posts in your ear!
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Couple Money Podcast
Couple Money Podcast tackles how to build your marriage and wealth together! Elle talks with financial experts, renowned journalists, and real life couples who have done extraordinary things with their money such as paying off six figures of debt, overcoming financial infidelity, starting a business together, and retiring early! Get the tools and tips that have helped them be successful with their finances and marriage.
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Launched: 2014 | Categories: Money Management, Debt, Entrepreneurship, Lifestyle
The Dough Roller Podcast helps people make the most of their money though interviews, news, tips and resources. Whether you are just starting out, under a mountain of debt, or nearing retirement, the Dough Roller Podcast can help you achieve your financial goals.
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Queer Money
Queer Money is the #1 gay financial podcast, hosted by David Auten and John Schneider of DebtFreeGuys.com. With over 35 combined years in the industry, their mission is to build a financially strong LGBTQ community and cover the nuances of where their lives and money intersect.
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Launched: 2016 | Categories: Lifestyle, Debt, Investing, Money Management
Mo' Money Podcast
Award-winning blogger and podcast host Jessica Moorhouse interviews top personal finance & business experts as well as inspirational entrepreneurs, authors, bloggers, friends and family to help you learn how to manage your money better, make smarter choices, become debt-free and live a more fulfilled life. New episodes air every Wednesday.
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Launched: 2015 | Categories: Money Management, Debt, Earning More
Money Peach
Creator and Award-Winning Blogger, Chris Peach of Money Peach, 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, and ultimately building wealth.
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Launched: 2016 | Categories: Debt, Earning More, Entrepreneurship, Investing, Money Management
Chain of Wealth
Denis and Katie interview inspiring people on topics around debt, wealth, investing, financing and more. Building wealth is a fundamental principle where there is not enough knowledge - follow them on their journey to pay back all Katie's debt and learn from the masters themselves! Episodes Monday & Thursday, which are perfect for your commute, teach you actionable ways to build your financial life and achieve your dreams. During the episodes, we touch on questions that unlock thought leaders' secrets. Right after that we jump right into the value link round, where we get their take on why people fail, some of the best books or podcasts they recommend and much more!
Launched: 2017 | Categories: Debt