Whether you are just starting to take control of your finances or already on a path to building long-term wealth, personal finance podcasts would be a great addition to your playlist.
There are hundreds of personal finance podcasts to choose from. We’ve already highlighted more than 40 Personal Finance Podcasts by Women.
Today, we’re sharing another “niche” of personal finance podcasts.
While these listed below all have general personal finance topics covered on their shows, you’ll notice that many are produced by couples or the themes of their shows are aligned with couple and family money topics.
The guests they invite on their shows also offer unique perspectives on personal finance – including financial challenges they’ve faced and money wins they’ve accomplished.
These personal finance podcasts are a great source of information and advice that can help you manage money in everyday life – whether or not you are part of a couple or have a family.
We hope you find some great new podcasts to listen to. Feel free to share your favorites with family and friends!
*Note: In order to represent the podcasters accurately, descriptions were taken from their “about” pages or from other information we were able to locate online. Podcasts are listed alphabetically, not by any other metric.
Personal Finance Podcasts For/By Couples and Families
Chain of Wealth Podcast by Denis O’Brien and Katie Welsh. A biweekly podcast boasting over 500,000 downloads, Chain of Wealth is about regular everyday people who have a story to tell about money. Denis and Katie (newly engaged in 2019) have recorded over 200 episodes of Chain of Wealth since November of 2017. They do episodes as a couple and also host great guests to talk about money, career, family, and more. Denis and Katie provide actionable tips to encourage their fans to achieve financial greatness!
Couple Money Podcast by Elle Martinez. Elle’s goal is to make this podcast both motivating and practical for couples looking to build their marriage and finances. Along with her guests, Elle talks to listeners about growing their net worth and strengthening their marriage by creating financial systems that work for both people. Each episode tackles a topic that couples deal with including paying off debt faster, saving for the future while still enjoying today, investing smarter, retirement – and even retiring early. The Couple Money podcast has been around for over 5 years and you’ll find 59 pages of podcasts on Elle’s website.
His and Her Money Podcast by Tai and Talaat McNeely. With over 300 episodes recorded, The His and Her Money podcast has a rapidly growing podcast audience. Tai and Talaat’s goal with their episodes of His and Her Money is to help listeners find the balance between managing their money, marriage, and everything in between. They want to help people build wealth, and become completely debt-free! Episodes of His and Her Money revolve around topics including debt elimination, money-saving strategies, budgeting techniques, credit repair, and investments. They also tackle subjects that help build powerful family structures including organization skills, time management, faith, and more.
House of FI Podcast by Wendy and Curtis Mays. With over 60 episodes of content, Wendy and Curtis use House of Fi as a way to help families find their way through the confusing world of Financial Independence (F.I.). Their life experiences have helped them to understand the difficulties of managing a F.I. lifestyle while raising a family. They’ve had student loan debt and are now working on growing 529 plans for their children. Listen to their podcasts if you dream of retiring early (or retire when you want to) but are unsure of how to do that AND raise a family. House of FI guests also share their journeys so you can learn how to reach your goals sooner.
Lifestyle Builders Podcast by Tom and Adriana Sylvester. From college sweethearts to married power couple, Tom and Adriana help family entrepreneurs build the lives and businesses they love. Approaching 140 episodes, the Lifestyle Builders podcast takes on topics including raising entrepreneurial kids, letting go of parental guilt, lessons of love and business for entrepreneurial couples, and much more. Tom and Adriana are on a mission! Their goal is to help 1 million families create more fulfilling lives through entrepreneurship.
Mad Money Monster by Mr. & Mrs. (Lisa) Mad Money Monster. Lisa and her husband started Mad Money Monster to help other people just like them. Up until a few years ago, they weren’t making their finances a priority and needed a reboot. Once that happened, their wealth started to skyrocket. If you’re looking for inspirational stories and advice to live your best life and tame the “mad money monster” inside of you, check out their podcast. They cover topics including financial literacy, frugality, side hustles, DIY projects, and more.
Marriage, Kids, and Money Podcast by Andy Hill. Andy started the Marriage, Kids, and Money podcast in the fall of 2016. With a goal of helping you win with money, Andy interviews the best and brightest minds when it comes to your finances. With over 150 episodes of content, Andy’s spoken with millionaire entrepreneurs, financial industry executives, and early retirees. Recent episodes focus on five-figure debt payoffs, helping kids graduate without school loans, the importance of estate planning, and minimalism and parenting. Nicole Hill (Andy’s wife) also shares her take on money, marriage, and parenting on a number of episodes.
Simplify and Enjoy Podcast by Elle Martinez. In addition to the Couple Money podcast, Elle recently started the Simplify and Enjoy podcast. This podcast is focused on helping families have less stress and more options through minimalism and financial independence. Some of the topics covered in the episodes released thus far include how to afford a dream renovation, crafting a play for financial independence, smart ways to save for college, and whether high deductible health plans make sense for you.
If you know a great personal finance podcast by/for couples or families that we’ve missed, please let us know. As noted above, this list includes podcasts we’re describing as focused on couples and family money topics. But they all include a wide variety of personal finance content too.