The best money podcasts out there

Anna Allgaier

It doesn’t matter if you read the Financial Times every day, it doesn’t matter if you work for a bank, it doesn’t matter if your piggy bank is full to the brim, we can always, always learn more when it comes to money.

I mean, I work for Wise for crying out loud, and you’re dealing with a girl who didn’t even know savings was a thing until recently. Well, I did, but Uber and clothes. A girl’s gotta do what a girls gotta do.

Finances can be daunting. And if like me, you hate numbers, it can feel like you’ll never get to grips with the world of money. But I'm here to tell you that you can. I did it. And if I can do it, you can absolutely do it. I am the lowest benchmark possible. I promise.

To help you on your journey to become a financial wizard, I’ve put together a list of podcasts for you to pop on in the car, on the subway, while you’re cooking. Prepare to get like really, really smart.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER PEOPLE.

So, if you’re looking to up your investment banking game, to learn about savings, or even get tips on how to make more money, there’s a piece of audio goodness out there for you.

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Best finance podcasts for beginners

So Money with Farnoosh Torabi

Farnoosh Torabi is a personal finance expert who’s going to take you from zero to hero with her weekly podcast. She sits down with finance writers, influencers, entrepreneurs and all the other big dogs to educate people like us on the ins and outs of money management. She covers everything from paying bills, to investing, to paying off debt. Basically she does it all. Give it a listen.

The Ramsey Show

David Ramsey is a big personality in the world of finance. He hosts a podcast, writes a lot of books on all things cash money and has his own business. This is another podcast that takes you across a bunch of topics from combining bank accounts with a partner, to setting financial boundaries with family and even getting over a gamblilng addiction. He’s got range baby!

Best financial independence podcasts 🎧

The MAD Fienist

There’s a dude called Brandon and he’s on a mission to help us all retire early. You don’t deserve to be sitting at a laptop, typing until your fingers fall off at the age of 90. Maybe the Queen should give this a listen.

Anyway, this podcast gives you actually actionable tips and tricks on how to save and earn for a better, more chill future, while enjoying the ride. There’s also an INCREDIBLE blog too.

The Fairer Cents

🎵“All the women, who independent
Throw your hands up at me
All the honeys, who making money
Throw your hands up at me
All the mommas, who profit dollars
Throw your hands up at me.” 🎵 - Three Wise Women, 2001

This one’s for the ladies. In case you couldn’t tell from that Destiny’s Child moment we just shared together. Unfortunately, we live in a world where the pink tax, the gender pay gap, and inequality is still a thing. And if you’re a woman and a minority, you’re faced with even more hurdles to jump.

So let’s overthrow the patriarchy and take over the world with The Fairer Cents podcast. Kara Perez and Tanja Hester describe themselves as two “rad women” (they are) and in this podcast they’ll take you through real stories with financial geniuses. So you can also become a financial genius.

Brown Ambition

This weekly gem is hosted by Mandi Woodruff and Tiffany Aliche. Recognised by Insider, Time, Forbes and Fast Company as one of the best personal finance podcasts out there, the two women discuss all things financial ambition, cover a range of topics and answer listeners' questions.

Best financial news podcasts 🎙️

Planet Money

They say money makes the world go round (kinda sad) but this podcast shows you how to make sense of that and hits you with some of the most interesting finance facts and news out there. Sounds boring, I know. But it actually isn’t. It’s like listening to a fun chat with friends. They even have an episode on the Simpsons (yes, I’m really trying to hammer home that this is not boring, I repeat this is not boring.)

Exchanges at Goldman Sachs

Alright, I won’t lie to you, this one is a little more serious. But if you just can’t get enough finance news, it’s a good one to add to your routine. The Goldman Sachs podcast sits down with people who work at the firm on a weekly basis. They discuss market insights, industry news and things that are going on in the global economy.
Best investment banking podcasts

Money for the rest of us

Former Chief Investment Strategist and money manager, J. David Stein is here to help you make wise investment decisions and understand the market. There’s not much else to say on this. It’s helpful. Enjoy. Voila.
Invest like the best

Invest like the best

Patrick O'Shaughnessy (good luck pronouncing that if you’re not Irish) explores stories, ideas and ways in which you can invest your money and your time the smart way. He’s wearing a button up shirt and a fancy sweater in the podcast thumbnail, so we can definitely trust him.

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