Podcasts are a resource for so many things in life. Here are some of the best when it comes to financial advice.
Podcasts cover almost every topic imaginable, from romance to true crime. They’re meant to be consumed on the go or while we’re occupied with mundane tasks, allowing our brains to drift off in another, more interesting direction. A thriving topic for podcasts right now is finance, since the majority of us need a little help in that area.
While there are hundreds of podcasts designed to help you start your own business, what about those that are designed to help you manage your money our improve your relationship with it? Luckily, there’s a ton of those too. Here are 5 of the best podcasts when it comes to providing financial advice:
Millennials’ finances have been heavily discussed by everyone, and not always with the best intentions. Do we really care how many avocados young people are buying? Come on, guys.
Despite the name, Millennial Money is a podcast for all ages, lead by Shannah Compton Game, a certified financial planner and entrepreneur. Her podcasts try to help you develop a more positive relationship with your money, discussing the many different issues that your finances influence.
Popcorn Finance is a great concept. Hosted by financial analyst Chris Browning, the podcast breaks down every day money questions, like taxes, credit scores and loans, in segments of approximately 10 minutes.
NPR’s Planet Money tries to make the economy a fun and accessible topic. Surprisingly, it succeeds at its mission, putting together an entertaining podcast that’s creative and fun and that discusses the many things that affect the economy. It has won Peabody and Edward R. Murrow awards and is hosted by a rotating roster.
Unlike the rest of the entries on this list, Million Bazillion is a money program for kids, which sounds off, but kind of makes sense. Million Bazillion approaches all topics with an open and curious approach
Hosted by Jamila Souffrant, Journey To Launch started off as a blog about Souffrant’s transition into financial independence, which later morphed into a podcast and a profitable business. Souffrant covers a wide range of issues, discussing personal stories of debt, success, and more.