Top money podcasts
The personal finance podcasts you should be downloading.
Keen to learn more about money, ways to improve your personal finances, tips on buying property, investing and shares?
Check out our list of Australia’s top money podcasts.
Equity Mates can help rookie investors build a portfolio and learn about the ASX and taxation on investments.
Hosted by Bryce Leske and Alec Renehen, the duo breakdown investing from beginning to dividend in an easy to understand journey.
As the title suggests, this podcast is all about budgeting. It’s a simple and straight-forward listen geared towards helping you improve your personal financial situation.
There is also an accompanying budgeting app of the same name, developed by host Jesse Macham, to assist.
Described as the ‘Hamish and Andy’ for your finances, the podcast hosted by Glen James (Australia’s millennial money expert) and John Pidgeon (property investment expert) discusses money in a light-hearted way.
The shows feature a variety of guests and strikes a balance between banter and money tips designed to help millennials.
Fan favourite TV and radio veteran Ross Greenwood delves into a big picture look at what is unfolding in the Australian economy.
Greenwood also hosts Work Life Money, where he interviews successful businesspeople, industry experts and celebrities to learn their secrets to success.
Hosted by Australian property experts Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kinsley, The Property Couch gives you the information needed to start your property portfolio.
Touted as the insider’s guide to property investing, the podcast shares insights on everything from making the right investment decisions to outsmarting real estate agents.
While not strictly about money, the Your shout podcast features RACQ’s Deb Eccleston having a chat with Queenslanders whose stories amaze and inspire.
In Episode 12, Deb interviews RACQ Bank CEO Michelle Bagnall about smashing glass ceilings and executive stereotypes.
The information in this article has been prepared for general information purposes only and not as specific advice to any particular person. Any advice contained in the document is general advice and does not take into account any person’s particular investment objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on anything based on this advice you should consider its appropriateness to you, having regard to your objectives, financial situations and needs.