With that in mind, here are five financial podcasts to get you and your money motivated in 2022.
Moolala – Quickly recap or dive deep into ways to create the life you desire
Hosted by personal finance expert Bruce Sellery, CEO of Credit Canada, this podcast conveniently guides Canadians towards better money management in order to create the lives they desire. Broken down into topics including earning, spending, debt, saving, investing and organizing, it’s easy to focus in on whichever area of money management you’re most interested in. Whether you want to take a deep dive into the subject matter or you need to get right to the point, you can also easily choose between full one-hour episodes or particular 10-minute segments on the site.
Financial Feminist – Realize your fierce financial self
Money expert Tori Dunlap is on a mission to guide women and marginalized groups towards financial freedom and their fierce selves. After saving her first $100,000 by age 25, Dunlap shared her financial journey and her podcast has over one-million downloads. By simply tuning into her solo and special guest-featured podcasts, you’ll learn how to earn more, spend less, build wealth and gain financial confidence. With season one successfully in the bag, fans await more tips, interviews and financial expertise in 2022.
More Money Podcast – Save more, earn more & do more
Hosted by award-winning blogger Jessica Moorhouse, More Money Podcast offers 13 seasons of expert personal finance advice and has been downloaded over 2 million times. Listen in to learn helpful and relatable advice around financial independence, budgeting tips, credit and debt, investments, retirement, entrepreneurialism, money and relationships and more. Over hundreds of episodes, Moorhouse interviews financial experts, authors, celebrities, friends and family covering all things money.
Modern Finance – Financial tools for today, and the future
As we look to the future ringing in the New Year, why not look to the future of finance too with Kevin Rose, partner at venture capital firm True Ventures, and his Modern Finance podcast? As he interviews financial experts and fellow entrepreneurs, Rose covers modern financial technologies including NFTs, cryptocurrency, yield farming, robo-investing and more. Tune in from anywhere to gain insightful understanding around blockchain, consumer internet, finance hacks and even health and wellness.
Stress Test – Know where you’re at today to get where you want to go
Geared towards those in their 20s-to-40s, Stress Test offers financial advice presented by Rob Carrick, Globe and Mail personal finance, business and economics writer; and Roma Luciw, the Globe’s personal finance editor covering all things about Canadian money management including debt loads, mortgages and retirement savings. Choose from four seasons of financial advice on everything from the pandemic’s effects on spending to credit scores, communicating about finance, relationships and more.