If you are an avid podcast listener and are looking for a podcast dedicated to improving your finances, we have some great programs for you to listen too. From education to being told how is (and even a swift kick in the pants), these podcasts have it all.
Side Hustle Nation
“Welcome to The Side Hustle Show: Because Your 9-5 May Make You a Living, But Your 5-9 Makes You Alive!” I absolutely love the intro to this show, and it is slowly becoming my second mantra. One of the first podcast I listened to was how to use Pinterest to grow your traffic, and being able to make money blogging.
You Need A Budget
One of the most popular online budgeting tools is also a popular podcast. Jesse Mecham’s podcast, is by far a fan favorite, especially of those familiar with Dave Ramsey (as YNAB is recommended).
Millenial is a podcast that I have definitely been able to relate to. Creator Megan Tan discusses everything under the sun, and it has honestly opened my eyes to a lot of things I could have and should have done differently. Even though I am on the older Millenial side being 33, the 20 -something-year-old problems that she discusses are still relevant. However, from my perspective, it’s more of a been there, done that; now I need to make sure my kids and everyone around me know better.
Paychecks & Balances
This is another Millenial driven podcast (see we aren’t all that bad). Rich + Marcus are like my best friends (in my head). I love listening to their podcast. They keep it real, and a lot of times that what people needs.
If you want a podcast that will sometimes leave you wondering “yeah I suck”, well this is the show for you. If you are on the fence about doing the right thing with your gawp (read money) It’s the wake-up call that you need in your life.
HerMoney is a woman driven podcast, specifically for women.
Like A Mother
Emma Johnson of Wealthy Single Mommy has a wonderful podcast. If you are a single mom (or mom in general), she offers some amazing tips, not just on finances, but on everything under the sun.
Laura Adams provides tips not just for newbies who are just setting on the path to financial freedom, but for those who are established as well. Her website Quick and Dirty Tips has some great tips on a wide variety of topics from student loans to setting your kids on the path to financial freedom.
Stuff Mom Never Told You
This podcast hits on a wide range of topics, but like HerMoney it is primarily driven towards women.
This podcast is a spin of the popular book. If you are new to podcasts listening, this is a great place to start.
If you are serious about getting out of debt and learning about gaining true financial freedom then this is the podcast for you.
This podcast explores the correlation between the conversation to economics and community repercussions of individual’s relationships with money. Planet Money also details useful perspectives on more personal financial subjects.