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The Financial Podcast List: 3 Stand-Out Podcasts for 2021

Jan 13, 2021

3 Stand-Out Podcasts for 2021
Now that we’ve officially kicked off the New Year and have set our resolutions, it’s time to actually follow through with them! Financial resolutions like finally starting that side hustle you’ve been dreaming about, committing to saving more, gaining confidence when it comes to money management, and trying to spend more responsibly are all great, but sometimes they can become a little too overwhelming once it’s time to really get the ball rolling.

But just because they’re your resolutions doesn’t mean you have to tackle them alone. There are dozens of personal finance resources out there that are designed to set you up for financial success by helping you learn and think about money in practical, tangible ways. Below, we’ve listed three highly regarded personal finance podcasts that each take a unique approach to helping you get a handle on your finances.

Mo’ Money

The Mo’ Money podcast—hosted by Jessica Moorhouse, a millennial money expert, speaker, Accredited Financial Counselor, award-winning blogger, and founder of the Millennial Money Meetup®—aims to teach people how to take control of their lives by taking control of their money. The podcast has grown to become one of the top personal finance podcasts, with 1.4 million downloads and more than 200 episodes that feature interviews with a wide variety of guests including celebrities, experts, entrepreneurs, authors, friends, family, and even listeners of the show. In these interviews, Jessica and her guests dive into topics like financial independence, early retirement, budgeting best practices, debt and credit, investing, side hustles, entrepreneurship, and more.

The Mo’ Money podcast is available on iTunesSoundCloudSpotifyiHeartRadioStitcher and YouTube.

So Money

The So Money podcast—hosted by Farnoosh Torabi, an award-winning financial correspondent, best selling author, and television personality—features candid conversations about money with the world’s top business minds, authors, and influencers. These conversations touch on achieving goals, family finances, money and couples, finance for kids, and more. And, Farnoosh goes the extra mile every Friday by tackling listeners’ biggest money questions on #AskFarnoosh.

The So Money podcast is available on iTunes and Stitcher.

Popcorn Finance Podcast

The goal of the short-form Popcorn Finance podcast—hosted by Chris Browning, a financial analyst with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance—is to help listeners understand their finances better “in about the time it takes to make a bag of popcorn!” Since starting the podcast, Chris has shot a video in Philadelphia with Jean and Parker from Creators Group at Podcast Movement in July of 2018 and has been named one of the African-American Financial Gurus to Follow in 20202019, and 2018 by NerdWallet.com.

The Popcorn Finance podcast is available on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify.

If you want to succeed in following through with your New Year’s resolutions this year, try to keep your resolutions top of mind so you can chip away at them each day to achieve your goals. Listening to these podcasts and consuming other personal finance educational resources at your leisure can help influence the way you view money in general, as well as the way you view and manage your own money. Give these podcasts a try, and don’t give up on your resolutions!

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