7 Key Podcasts to Help You Save Money

Podcasts have become extremely popular recently, giving listeners the ability to multitask whilst absorbing the content. For those of you with busy lives or children, popping on a podcast whilst on the school run or doing the washing up could be a great way to learn some new tips and tricks when it comes to saving and your personal finances.


It’s Your Money

It’s Your Money is hosted by The Telegraph and tackles all things money; from mortgages to financial scams. The hosts deliver sometimes complex topics in an easy to understand way, meaning the viewer is never left scratching their head.


Money Box

With multiple episodes a week, Money Box is part of BBC Radio 4. You can absorb the latest news from the world of personal finance whilst also learning how to make the most of your money. Money Box episodes can be downloaded as podcasts.


Wake Up to Money

Every weekday, at 5am, BBC Radio 5 presents a radio show which discusses news and views related to all things personal finance. If you’re awake you can listen live. Alternatively, downloadable podcasts of Wake Up to Money are available from 7am.


Cash Chats

Tune into Andy Webb’s Cash Chats podcast as part of Andy, from Channel 5’s Shop Smart Save Money shares his personal finance expertise via his podcasts (and lucky for you there is a huge back catalogue to get through). He talks money with bloggers, writers, and fellow authorities to help listeners get control of their finances.


The Financial Wellbeing Podcast

Author of The Financial Wellbeing Book, Christ Budd, shares advice, tips, and expert insights on finding financial peace of mind. Along with Tom Morris, Director & Chartered Financial Planner, The Financial Wellbeing Podcast discusses financial wellbeing with guests and listeners.


The Which? Money Podcast

With an episode every Thursday, host Lucia Ariano used the Which? Money Podcast to deliver clever advice and hints on how to utilise your money. Each week she has expert co-hosts on her show to focus on different topics such as mortgages or ISAs.


Meaningful Money

If you want a podcast full of useful tips and tricks for everyday money matters, tune into Meaningful Money from financial planner Pete Matthew. The podcast helps listeners understand their finances better, covering not only personal finances but pensions and retirement planning too.


Money to the Masses

Hosted by financial planning expert Damien Fahy, Money to the Masses is a podcast which tackles personal finance in a light-hearted way. Each episode is designed to put you in control of your finances and covers the fundamentals of making, spending, and saving money.


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