Top 10 Podcasts about Money

Early retirement, sound investments, and conquering debt are goals that most people want to achieve. The good news is that you can learn how to achieve these goals from podcasts about money.

Top 10 Podcasts about Money

While money is not everything, it is imperative, so we decided to do some homework to find the best podcasts about money, finance and blockchain.

Around the Coin

Around the Coin is a weekly Fintech podcast that discusses banking, Fintech, payments, blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies, entrepreneurship, and economics.

The co-hosts of Around the Coin are Faisal Khan, Mike Townsend, and Brian Roemmele. They are all professionals in the financial sector which is why they are the right people to listen to if you are interested in any of the topics that they discuss.

The podcast hosts are easy to listen to and they know their stuff. Around the Coin was founded in 2013.

This money podcast is available on Google Play, YouTube, Spotify, Player FM, SoundCloud, iTunes, and Stitcher. Podcast episodes are as short as 20 minutes or as long as one hour.

To begin your binge-listening journey, you can browse through interviews of key personalities in the finance and crypto industries and educational episodes that discuss financial inclusion, the great depression, and quantum computers.

Breaking Banks

Breaking Banks is another money-related podcast that focuses on how stakeholders are propelling disruption in the financial industry. The hosts of this podcast are Brett King, Jason Henrichs, and JP Nichols, all leaders in the financial sector.

This interesting podcast discusses trending topics in the financial industry, emerging technologies that are disrupting this sector, among other enlightening subjects. The episodes are about one hour long.

You can listen to Breaking Banks on their website or by signing in on SoundCloud, Spotify, Stitcher, Blubrry, Player FM, Apple Podcasts, Radio Public, Overcast, VoiceAmerica, PocketCasts, and Castro.

Breaking Banks has listeners in 72 countries and was founded in 2013.

Planet Money


Planet Money is an easy-to-listen podcast that concentrates on economics, business, and culture. The hosts use stories, examples, and fun dialogue to inform listeners. Also, NPR produces Planet Money and releases episodes twice every week.

Planet Money’s episodes are short, running for about 20 to 30 minutes. This means that you could start binge-listening from the very first episode released in 2008.

Alternatively, you could start with more recent episodes like "buybacks and bailouts," "America unemployed," and "raw milk deal" to better understand the American economy.

You can listen or download Planet Money episodes via their website. Furthermore, you can find Planet Money on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, PocketCasts, and NPR One.


Freakonomics, a podcast show that started in 2009, discusses socioeconomic issues by breaking down data and telling interesting stories. Additionally, the podcast hosts discuss human behavior on the show dubbed “No Stupid Questions” and they examine trending topics taking place in the US and across the globe. Freakonomics episodes are about 40 minutes long.

Journalist Stephen Dubner and Economist Stephen Levitt are the creators of Freakonomics Radio. The main host of the show is Stephen Dubner.

Visit the Freakonomics website to listen to episodes or hit the “Subscribe Now” button to listen on Stitcher, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts.

Wake Up to Money

Wake Up to Money is an early-morning show by BBC Radio 5 Live. The hosts of this show are Mickey Clark, Louise Cooper, and Sean Farrington among others.

The podcast hosts discuss the news in the business world, personal finance matters, and global financial markets. The episodes, released every weekday morning, are about 40 minutes long.

You can access the podcast episodes on their website, Player FM, Apple Podcasts, and Stitcher. Moreover, the episodes are available for listening for a limited time. You can, therefore, download them to listen later.

The original release of Wake Up to Money was 1994.

Invest Like the Best

If you are looking for inspiration on how to invest better, Invest Like the Best is the perfect podcast for you. Patrick O’Shaughnessy, the host of this podcast, invites interesting people to inspire listeners with their stories. The podcast examines stocks, markets, investing, and strategies.

To listen to Invest Like the Best, visit the website or subscribe on iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, and Google Play. The length of the episodes in this podcast varies.

This is Money

This is Money is a podcast suitable for investors because it discusses investment, the markets, and all economic matters.

The hosts of this podcast are Simon Lambert, Georgie Frost, and Sarah Davidson. This is Money episodes are about an hour long.

You can find episodes on their website, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Player FM, Audioboom, Podbean, and Listen Notes.

Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters is a laid back honest podcast that discusses money matters in a fun yet informative manner.

Andrew Fiebert and Matt Giovanisci discuss personal finance topics to help listeners to take control of their money in the right way. Furthermore, the hosts interview financial experts that offer advice on things like saving more, spending less, and hopefully retiring early.

Listen to their podcasts on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Episodes run from 30 to 60 minutes.

So Money

Entrepreneur Magazine has named So Money as the top female-hosted podcast. Farnoosh Torabi, the host of the show, discusses personal finance matters. She also interviews businessmen and women, authors, and influencers who share money-related content with listeners.

Farnoosh hosts an episode “Ask Farnoosh” where listeners ask her questions on money, work, or life. You can listen to her podcast episodes on her website. So Money episodes could run from 25 to 45 minutes.

The Dave Ramsey Show

Dave Ramsey was a millionaire by the age of 26. Even though this fortune collapsed due to debt, Ramsey managed to get out of this pickle. He now teaches others how to do this through episodes on The Dave Ramsey Show which concentrate on money management.

Get the app on Google Play or App Store to listen to Dave’s money episodes. Additionally, you can listen to the podcast on his website, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, iHeart Radio, SiriusXM, Smart Speaker, and Pandora. Episodes on this podcast could be as long as three hours.

The Dave Ramsey Show debuted on a radio station in 1992.

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