9 podcasts you should listen to if you want to be more responsible with money

Even the least materialistic people in the world still need money. It’s just a simple fact. But for most of us, money is a complicated subject. It’s okay if you’re uncertain about 401(k)s and the stock market. And if the only bond you know about is Bond, James Bond, you’re not alone. But part of being responsible and #adulting is getting your sh*t together financially, so we created this list of nine money podcasts you should listen to if you want to make your bank account sing.

The more time you spend in the workforce, the more you’ll realize that wealth has a lot to do with factors outside of how well you perform at your job. While those factors often have to do with systemic biases, you can still do a lot to take control of your own financial situation. That’s not to say we should all stop fighting for pay equity, because that situation definitely has to change. But if you want to earn more money or save more money or simply learn more about money, these podcasts will help.

Sadly, popping your headphones into your ears won’t suddenly make 100 bucks appear in your wallet—how cool would that be? But just listening to these financial experts can certainly make a difference in your life over time. Listening to a free money podcast may just turn out to be the best (time) investment of your life.

If you struggle with money, or even if you don’t, give these money podcasts a listen

Then go get that money.

1 So Money with Farnoosh Torabi

Finance expert Farnoosh Torabi recently launched this daily podcast that includes interviews with top entrepreneurs and also answers listeners’ questions. If you’re looking for inspiration to save and earn more, this is a great place to hear about real people’s journeys to wealth.

2 Money for the Rest of Us 


This weekly podcast breaks down a lot of questions you may have about the economy, and it might help you understand how cash flows in the world. You’ll learn a lot about investing, too, so if you’re ready for that then you should give this podcast, hosted by investment expert David Stein, a listen.

3 Raising the Bar 

The two co-founders of Drybar, Alli Webb and Michael Landau (who happen to be siblings), started this podcast that’s designed for business owners and entrepreneurs. In each episode, guests talk about their journeys to success, and their candid discussions might inspire you to take the leap and start your own business.

4 Listen Money Matters 


Hosts Andrew Fiebert and Matt Giovanisci provide a weekly discussion of topics you probably wish you learned about in school, from investing and business to debt and real estate. In addition to providing lessons about economic basics, they’ll give you great info about taxes and online security, too.

5 Suze Orman’s Women & Money Show 

Suze Orman is one of the most well-known financial advisers, and her no-nonsense approach to money might help you break down some mental blocks regarding your worth. Her weekly podcast provides advice and great discussions about how people can make the most of their savings and earn more.

6 Afford Anything

Paula Pant hosts this helpful advice podcast that answers questions everyone eventually asks, like “How to Give More to Charity While Also Building Financial Independence.”

7 Stacking Benjamins 

Hosts Joe and OG have been dishing out advice on their podcast since 2012, so these guys know what they’re talking about. They offer advice to everyone, from recent graduates to people hoping to retire soon, so you can pick and choose which episodes will help you the most.

8 Millennial Money 

Financial planner Shannah Compton Game and her husband Jeff host this podcast that’s geared towards, you guessed it, millennials.

9 You Need a Budget 

Just the title of this one provides some solid advice, but if you’re wondering how to budget, you’ll find tons of lifestyle and saving tips on this weekly podcast.

Now you’re ready to become a multi-cajillionaire.

Well, maybe you should listen to these money podcasts before saying that to people, but at least you now have the tools to get your $$$ in order.