money podcasts

If we’ve learned one thing over the past few weeks, it’s that we have a lot of newfound time on our hands. Time spent mostly indoors. Yes, in our spare time we’re all binge-watching television shows, proving we are the next Top Chef, and occasionally reading a novel or two.

But, wouldn’t it be great if you could pick up a new hobby, one that broadens the depths of your financial knowledge?

Here’s a few reasons we think you should add binging money podcasts into your weekly routine (if you haven’t already):

  1. Can act as a voice of reassurance during uncertainty
  2. Provide tips on how to budget more efficiently
  3. New advice on how to save money
  4. You’ll learn something new-guaranteed!
  5. Fun way to pass time

There are a lot of financial experts with podcasts. Many of them are geared toward particular audiences and tastes.

To get you started we’re giving you a list of some staff favorites that might be worth a listen:


planet money

NPR’s Planet Money

Helping you make sense of our rapidly changing global economy. NPR’s Planet Money highlights high rollers, brainy economists and financial experts to keep you up to date on the fiscal world.


popcorn finance

Popcorn Finance

An award-winning short form podcast discussing finance in about the time it takes to make a bag of popcorn.


money girl

Money Girl

Money Girl provides short and friendly business, personal finance, and investing tips to help you live a richer life. Whether you’re just starting out or are already a savvy investor, Money Girl’s advice will point you in the right direction.


NPR’S Life Kit Money

Being in control of your money leads to great things. From dealing with debt or student loans, to how to buy a house, NPR wants to help.


Are we missing one of your favorite money podcasts that we should be tuning in to? We’d love to hear! Let us know on social media.