Podcasts are transforming how people listen to news, hear stories, and seek self-help. As of 2021, there are over 1.7 million podcasts in existence. Financial podcasts, in particular, reach people of all demographics who want to improve their saving skills, advance in their career, and master the money world.
Podcasts are great to listen to while working from home, driving, and even while taking care of household tasks like cooking and cleaning. They make unpleasant or tedious daily activities a bit more exciting and productive.
These four financial podcasts are approachable and easy to understand, and above all, highly rated. So hit the play button and get ready to be inspired.
Robert T. Kiyosaki gives, “The Good News—and Bad News—About Money” in this weekly podcast series. He shares his expertise in financial literacy and freedom to help people improve their “financial well-being.”
In addition to the extensive advice in every episode, Kiyosaki developed the CASHFLOW board game to help people worldwide develop their skills and financial strategy—all while having fun.
The intent of the podcast is to teach that the most important things in life should never suffer because of a lack of money, but instead thrive and prosper.
Check out Rich Dad Radio wherever you get your podcasts:
On the Rich Dad Radio site, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to and download your podcasts from.
With over forty million downloads, Laura D. Adams helps everyday people make extraordinary financial opportunities for themselves. Her slogan is to “live rich and love the journey,” which she makes easy with weekly episodes that have actionable tips and advice.
Adams is inspired by current events, listener questions, and social media trends. Reviewers rave about her approachability for beginners.
“Easy to follow and great for beginners on many different topics for all age groups. Ranging from opening up your first credit card, student loans, mortgages, investing, stock market basics, budgeting, high yield savings accounts, and more.”
Aside from her podcast, Adams also has books and courses available for purchase on topics like building credit and getting out of debt fast.
Check out Money Girl wherever you get your podcasts:
Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you download your podcasts from.
Farnoosh Torabi is an award-winning financial correspondent, best-selling author, and television personality who hosts “candid conversations for a richer, happier life.” Torabi has been featured in publications like The Wall Street Journal and Fortune Magazine, and on shows like The Oprah Winfrey Show and Live! With Kelly & Ryan. With so many wanting the secrets to her success, she decided to launch the So Money podcast.
Torabi likes to highlight successful women and well-known celebrities, asking the tough questions about their finances. She has featured guests like Queen Latifah and Margaret Cho, which comes from her commitment to representing diversity in the financial world. She also reveals the struggles with money she experienced as a young woman, making a mere $18 per hour while living in New York City.
“As a financial reporter, I empathized with young professionals who felt financially drained and lost. I jumped at the opportunity to help educate that demographic, to get them excited about taking control of their financial life.”
So Money offers effective, fun, and digestible advice, but consider browsing through Torabi’s book’s as well.
Check out So Money wherever you get your podcasts:
Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to and download your podcasts from.
Hosted by ReminderMedia CEO Luke Acree and CMO Josh Stike, the upbeat and hilarious atmosphere of the Stay Paid podcast will make you feel as if you’ve known these two for years as trusted friends and colleagues.
“Take action” is the mantra of the podcast, which is reflected in every episode, whether they bring aboard guests like co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing, David Meltzer, or share advice they’ve picked up from their many years of experience in sales and marketing. From the pillars of leadership to recovering from failure, almost anyone in any industry can benefit from listening to this podcast. In particular, those interested in advancing their career in real estate and finance.
The reviews speak for themselves:
“Luke and Josh are great hosts, and they have an amazing lineup of guests sharing a wealth of information…They cover a wide variety of topics that can be implemented in many industries. I’m going on 30 years in my real estate career and these podcasts have got me re-energized!”
Check out Stay Paid wherever you get your podcasts:
Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube for a visual element.