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10 podcasts that will make you smarter with money

Looking for a new podcast to listen to? Why not make a money podcast part of your weekly listening? Here we pull together a list of our favourites.   How to money Best friends Joel and Matt started a podcast to discuss money in a meaningful way. The beauty of this podcast is that they […]

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Danielle Wilde

December 6th, 2018

Looking for a new podcast to listen to? Why not make a money podcast part of your weekly listening? Here we pull together a list of our favourites.

 

How to money

Best friends Joel and Matt started a podcast to discuss money in a meaningful way. The beauty of this podcast is that they chat about money in relation to real everyday things whether that be renting a house, choosing a mobile phone or shopping smarter. It’s a really easy listen and you don’t need to know anything about money to enjoying hearing these two chat money over a beer or two.

 

Finance and Fury

This podcast is a great place to start if you feel like you don’t know much about money. Every Wednesday, the team take a look at the answers to some of the biggest and best questions from their listeners. On Friday’s the guys explore often misunderstood topics related to finance and economics. This is interspersed with top ten tips and guides help you better navigate your finances.

 

Planet Money

An NPR classic, Planet Money explores the economy for people that aren’t financial experts. It’s been running for over 10 years and was originally launched to help make sense of the global financial crisis. Episodes range from 6-30 minutes and guests include academic experts and business professionals discussing a range of economic and political issues in an entertaining way.

 

Money Girl – Quick and Dirty tips for a Rich Life

Laura Adams is a finance expert who delivers both business, investing and personal advice in a friendly and simple way. Each episode is about 20 minutes long, so perfect for your morning commute or to pop on whilst you’re cooking the dinner. Laura is smart and savvy and will help you make some important decisions about your finances.

 

Meaningful Money

Financial Planner, Pete Matthew helps you make sense of money. He’s passionate about financial education and allowing more people access to wealth. He breaks down difficult topics, gives invaluable advice and interviews experts from fields including mortgages, investments and tax.

 

Mo’Money

Jessica Moorhouse is a millennial money expert and an accredited financial counsellor. In this podcast, Jessica interviews a range of guests including business expert John Lee Dumas, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and a range of other inspirational entrepreneurs, authors and bloggers all in a quest to help you learn how to manage your money better.

 

Cash Chats

A new kid on the podcasting block, in this podcast UK Money Bloggers community editor Andy Webb chats to a different money blogger each week. Conversations are based around articles the money blogger has written and is a great way to learn from expert money savers and money makers.

 

She’s on the money

This podcast is one that definitely doesn’t make you want to switch off. Hosts Lisa and Molly talk about all things money in a jargon-free way helping you to take control of your financial future. They discuss everything from investing and tax to debt and pensions.

 

Freakonomics

If you’re looking for an economics podcast with a difference, this one’s for you. Freakonomics is hosted by journalist Stephen Dubner and economist Steven Levitt who are famous for the Freakonomics book series. They look beyond the world of finance and explore behavioural economics and the decisions that we make. They take the data, break it down and tell compelling human stories.

 

Wake up to money

Hosted by Adam Parsons, a TV and radio presenter, and supported by Louise Cooper, a financial expert who has worked for Goldman Sachs. This podcast looks at anything from savings to investments to global news. It also has some great interviews with CEO’s from some of the UK’s biggest brands.

 

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December 6th, 2018

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