Buzz·Posted on Nov 3, 202017 Money Podcasts That Might Just Help You Get Your Finances In OrderCalling all investing newbies and budgeting amateurs — you might wanna take notes while you listen.by Jasmin SuknananBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Yo Quiero Dinero Yo Quiero Dinero What you can look forward to: Host Jannese Torres-Rodriguez creates an open, honest space for Latinx people and people of color who want to hear more about personal finance and learn from the experiences of others. Some of the notable interviewees include a woman who scored $200,000 in scholarships for college, a traveler who paid down her debt while teaching abroad, and a man who left his Wall Street career to build a startup that caters to the financial needs of America's Latinx community. This podcast will leave you feeling inspired to take a more proactive approach to your savings, earnings, and expenses. Warning: it's hard to listen to just one episode (I can attest to this since I binge-listened to six episodes in one day). Standout episode: "How Yaritza Scored $200,000+ In Scholarships & Got A Free Ivy league Education" Where to listen: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. 2. Mo' Money Podcast Mo' Money Podcast What you can look forward to: Jessica Moorhouse, the brilliant, engaging host of this podcast, gives you answers to the questions you're quietly asking — like, how do you manage debt during the pandemic? Or, how much should you have in an emergency fund? And, is it possible to retire in your twenties? Jessica is a financial counselor who will help clear the air for you, along with the help of business experts, entrepreneurs, authors, and bloggers. This podcast goes beyond just the basics, and helps listeners ease into the nitty-gritty of financial situations that may arise in the near or far future. Standout episode: "The Effects Of A $70K Minimum Wage Increase"Where to listen: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Stitcher. 3. His & Her Money His & Her Money What you can look forward to: Talaat and Tai McNeely are money and marriage experts (and a real-life married couple) who created this podcast to help couples manage their cash flow, build wealth, and strengthen their relationships with money — and each other. Their episodes feature interviews with other married couples, financial experts, investors, and business owners. Whether or not you're in a relationship of your own, there are topics here that are sure to keep you listening and coming back for more. Standout episode: "How These Newlyweds Resisted Temptation And Paid Off $57K Of Debt"Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify. 4. So Money with Farnoosh Torabi So Money What you can look forward to: Like many other personal finance podcasts out there, So Money features interviews with business experts, influencers, and authors. In fact, host Farnoosh Torabi has chatted with the likes of Sophia Amoruso, Donovan Ramsey, Queen Latifah, and Barbara Corcoran. However, she takes her show a step further with a series called "Ask Farnoosh," where Torabi periodically answers questions from listeners. So if you've ever wondered if it's a good idea to invest in the stock market using student loans or whether or not you should buy a house with your partner if you aren't married, tune in to hear her advice for yourself! Standout episode: "Ask Farnoosh: Should I Wait To Invest Until After The Election?" Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, iHeart, Stitcher, and Spotify. 5. BiggerPockets Money BiggerPockets Money What you can look forward to: BiggerPockets is actually a blog and community that provides readers with resources on investing and money management. CEO Scott Trench and Community Manager Mindy Jensen team up to produce this show and bring listeners actionable advice from the guests they interview. The experts they speak to have faced relatable financial challenges — and they found ways to improve their situation. Listen to their episodes to hear about how one person paid off a six-figure debt in three years with a $90K salary, or learn how one guest retired early even with a late start in the game. Standout episode: "Building Wealth Through Real Estate...Without Tenants Or Toilets!" Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher.BTW, this team also runs the BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast, which is similar to the money podcast, but it's more oriented toward those interested in property investing. 6. HerMoney HerMoney Media What you can look forward to: I recently started listening to this podcast, and every episode feels like a comforting therapy session for my wallet and financial health. Host Jean Chatzky teaches women how to own their finances, regardless of their personal challenges. Chatzky interviews guests and features an end-of-episode segment where she answers questions submitted by listeners. There's an episode here to satisfy pretty much everyone's interests — aspiring authors who also work full-time, those who want to buy and renovate a house, people who are curious about the world of a dominatrix, and more. Standout episode: "How To Become An Angel Investor"Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify. 7. Investing For Beginners Investing for Beginners What you can look forward to: TBH, investing can be a little intimidating — and the terms used by industry experts, confusing charts, and cryptic advice make it all feel like an exclusive club that the average Jane or Joe has to fight to get into. This podcast cuts through that confusion to help investing beginners understand fluffy jargon, differentiate between types of investments, and make more informed decisions about where their money goes. Consider this your last day not knowing about dividends, investment trusts, and inflation. Standout episode: "How To Control Your Emotions When Selling A Stock"Where to listen: Spotify, Stitcher, and Apple Podcasts. 8. The Financial Confessions The Financial Confessions What you can look forward to: If you're already a fan of The Financial Diet, then you might eat up The Financial Confessions podcast. It's hosted by TFD's founder Chelsea Fagan, who gets real about her own money fails and successes during the episodes. She also chats with a variety of experts to ensure that listeners feel educated and prepared for life's ups and downs — like money arguments with your partner, managing money anxiety, and making good money moves on a low income. Standout episode: "A Divorce Lawyer On Prenups, Ugly Money Arguments, & What People Don't Know About Money" Where to listen: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and Podbean. 9. The College Investor The College Investor What you can look forward to: College students and recent grads need not look any further for a resource that speaks to all their financial needs. Host Robert Farrington produces brief episodes (usually around 12-minutes long) with topics that feel as if they take questions right out of your mouth. The show doesn't seek to burden college students with fancy terms or misguided macroscopic concepts that feel too dense (and thus, unappealing) at this age. Listeners will learn about common student loan scams, earning extra cash for Christmas gifts, saving for college, easing up credit card debt, and more. Standout episode: "Holiday Gift Guide For College Students And Recent Grads"Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and iHeart.BTW, The College Investor is also a blog that covers investing, building wealth, personal finance, college, and student loans. 10. Real Estate Investor Goddesses Real Estate Investor Goddesses What you can look forward to: Monick Halm, the host of this podcast, sits down with women who are making waves in real estate and want to help listeners become more money savvy and earn wealth through investing in property. Whether you aspire to one day become a real estate mogul raking in passive income or just want to improve your knowledge in this sphere of investing, you're sure to take your headphones off at the end of each episode knowing more than you did at the start. Standout episode: "Real Estate Investing Mistakes You Can Avoid With Stephanie Wankel" Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and iHeart. 11. DIY Money DIY Money What you can look forward to: Hosts Quint Tatro and Daniel Czulno use this podcast to show that while money management may be an expansive (sometimes petrifying) topic, it's totally possible to get a better grip on your wealth health. They share their own tried-and-true strategies for tackling debt, savings, higher earning, taxes, and more. The episodes discuss and provide advice for listeners' real financial situations, so you can learn directly from other people's experiences. Oh, and they're super digestible, usually lasting 13–15 minutes each. Standout episode: "Should You Pay Off Or Close Your Credit Cards Before Applying For A Mortgage"Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, and iHeart. 12. Minority Money Minority Money What you can look forward to: There's more to wealth than simply saving money. Emlen Miles-Mattingly's podcast helps listeners understand that in addition to money, health, education, and family also affect wealth. The episodes help people of color gain financial confidence and learn through the experiences of the guests, who are often investors, financial planners, and entrepreneurs. Miles-Mattingly's interviewees come from diverse walks of life, but their overall message is the same: It's important for minorities to learn how to build wealth. Standout episode: "Taking Your Finances To The Next Level With First-Gen Wealth Builder Anna N'Jie-Konte"Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and iHeart. 13. Bad With Money Bad With Money What you can look forward to: Host Gaby Dunn doesn't hold back as she dives into the way people spend money and analyses societal values like beauty, health, debt, travel, and wellness. The episodes feature experts who can speak to the specific topics outlined in each session, helping listeners gain a new perspective. So get ready to learn more about the world around you from the insightful conversations between Gaby and her guests. Standout episode: "Let's Move To Paris! (The Cost Of The City Of Love)"Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Podbean, and iHeart. 14. The Graham Stephan Show Graham Stephan What you can look forward to: If the name Graham Stephan sounds familiar to you, it's probably because you've spent hours on his YouTube channel watching him dissect the current financial world, learning about his favorite saving and investing tips, and hearing about the importance of $0.20 iced coffee. On Stephan's podcast, he takes calls from listeners who have a specific financial predicament they want advice on — and they're often staggering. One caller talked about getting paid $10,000 to participate in a clinical drug trial, while another wanted advice on buying a Porsche at 14 years old. I've been listening to Graham's podcast and following his videos for several months now, and his advice is practical and even catered toward total personal finance beginners. He WILL make you feel bad about spending $6 a day on coffee, but he'll also rewire the way you think about earning, managing debt, and investing. Standout episode: "Is My Job A Ponzi Scheme??"Where to listen: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and Podbean.FYI, Graham also co-hosts another finance-related podcast called The Iced Coffee Hour. 15. You Need A Budget (YNAB) YNAB What you can look forward to: Sure, YNAB is a popular budgeting platform that provides people with a handy way to organize their finances, but it's also a thoughtful podcast that'll help you rethink your current money habits. The show discusses behavioral problems you may encounter on your journey to building wealth and provides strategies for improving misguided habits (and maintaining good ones). This podcast is bound to make you start looking at a variety of situations through a new lens. Standout episode: "Are You Just Not Smart With Money?" Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify. 16. Financial Freedom Financial Freedom What you can look forward to: Financial freedom is more than just making six figures and feeling like you can retire early; it's also an emotional journey. Grant Sabatier, the host of this podcast, helps listeners be more mindful of their mental and emotional connection to money. The episodes focus on personal finance and its relationship to fear, anxiety, happiness, burnout, and more. Sabatier also sits down with bloggers and thought leaders to help listeners dive deeper into mainstream money ideas (like how to properly use and manage a rewards credit card and gaining financial independence at a younger age). Standout episode: "Next Level Travel Rewards W/ Brian Kelly @ThePointsGuy"Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify. 17. Afford Anything Afford Anything What you can look forward to: Paula Pant's podcast teaches listeners that their habits and decisions impact their time, money, and energy. As Pant puts it, "every decision is a trade-off against another choice." Each episode provides tips from authors and financial experts about gaining financial independence, freeing yourself from debt, and proper money management. You'll also hear from millionaires, artists, psychologists, and productivity experts, as well as listeners who feature on the "Ask Paula" episodes.Standout episode: "Timeless Financial Lessons From My Grandma, With Michelle Singletray"Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and Podbean.