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10 Finance Podcasts Offering Money Advice on the Go

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Looking for the best finance podcasts? We’ve combed the internet for audio programs and radio shows about economics, personal finance, investing, budgeting, and even real estate

Many of those podcasts have years-long archives, but feel free to jump in the middle, too. And no matter if you listen to episodes at the gym, in the car, or just at home, you’ll practically be able to hear the dollars come rolling in.

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‘The Dave Ramsey Show’

You might already know this Total Money Makeover host has a radio show—which offers “straight talk on life and money”—but it’s also available in podcast format. Recent episodes covered investing in side hustles and combining finances with a soon-to-be spouse.

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‘So Money’

Award-winning financial strategist Farnoosh Torabi not only offers advice on her podcast but interviews with successful entrepreneurs about their financial wins and habits. “Of all the finance podcasts around, So Money proves to be a solid choice for millennials or anyone else who’s just getting started on their personal finance journey,” declares The Balance.

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‘Couple Money Podcast’

Combining finances with your partner doesn’t have to be a stressful process. Host Elle Martinez, who says she and her spouse paid off more than $30,00 of debt, covers everything from budget-making to “financial infidelity” in this podcast.

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‘BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast’

This show ranks in Apple’s top 10 business podcasts. “Imagine you are friends with hundreds of real estate investors and entrepreneurs,” the podcast description touts. “Now imagine you can grab a beer with each of them and casually chat about successes, failures, motivations, and lessons learned. That’s what the BiggerPocket Podcast delivers.”

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‘Planet Money’

Never mind that boring Economics 101 course you took—this NPR podcast makes learning about the economy fun. “Planet Money ingeniously mixes narrative stories and expert dialogues to break down the fundamentals that affect you on a daily basis,” ValuePenguin says.

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‘Motley Fool Money’

Yes, the famed financial and investing advice site has its own podcast. Host Chris Hill and a panel of Motley Fool analysts discuss business and finance news, guide investors through the ups and downs of the stock market, and interview bestselling authors and industry experts.

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‘Afford Anything’

Host Paula Pant says that by “ruthlessly slashing expenses that didn’t matter (while still spending lavishly on what matters most),” she “amassed a mountain of money, traveled the globe nonstop, and returned to the U.S. brimming with renewed energy and vitality.” And she put that energy into launching the Afford Anything movement, this podcast included.

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‘InvestED Podcast’

Phil Town, author of three bestselling investing books, teamed up with daughter Danielle Town for this podcast, which covers the investing strategies folks like Warren Buffet use. “Anyone who wants the inside line on how to make the stock market work for you, take note,” says ValuePenguin.

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‘Money for the Rest of Us’

J. David Stein, the former chief investment strategist and chief portfolio strategist at a $70 billion investment advisory firm, has a podcast for people like him: folks who want to take control of their financial future so that they can live (and retire) without worrying about money.

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‘HerMoney with Jean Chatzky’

Chatzky, the finance editor of NBC’s Today show for 25 years, teaches women how to live “comfortably and worry-free” in this podcast. “Her podcast removes the TV ‘filter’ and allows for candid conversations about money, especially as it relates to women,” writes Forbes contributor Eric Brotman.

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