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They tackle a range of topics in a friendly, chatty style, such as how to get out of debt, ditch your bad spending habits and build wealth for the future.
You can download podcasts from Apple iTunes Podcast Store and Google Podcasts, play them on Spotify or stream online via websites.
These jargon-free podcasts will not cost you a penny, but could help you save pounds. Here are 10 of the best:
Damien Fahy, founder of personal finance website Money To The Masses, runs a podcast covering savings and investments, loans and credit cards, mortgages, pensions and insurance.
Topics range from investing and achieving financial independence to practical tips on how to claim school uniform grants.
Money expert and TV presenter Jasmine Birtles launched her podcast How To Be A Money Magpie last year. She has covered issues such as millennial money, the cashless society, investing in buy-to-let and how to live for free, with experts sharing tips.
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Podcaster Catherine Morgan says handling money is relatively easy, the hard part is keeping your emotions under control while you do it. Despite being a financial planner and money coach, she was once “an emotional over-spender, in thousands of pounds of debt”, but now passes on her financial life lessons through podcast In Her Financial Shoes.
Chartered financial planner and personal finance author Martin Bamford finds time to be a prolific podcaster, producing more than 550 episodes for Informed Choice Radio. He delivers new episodes every Monday and Friday, featuring expert interviews from best-selling authors, thought leaders and finance experts.
Chartered financial planner Pete Matthew reckons there are three stages to financial freedom that will benefit everybody: budget, protect and invest. His podcast Meaningful Money delivers financial planning basics with popular episodes looking at how to budget, build wealth by investing and enjoy your money.
AJ Bell Money & Markets aims to help listeners keep up with stock markets and build wealth. Presented by AJ Bell’s Laura Suter and Daniel Coatsworth, editor of Shares Magazine.
Or try the Which? Money Podcast, where the consumer champion delivers a weekly hit of personal finance news and money hacks to help listeners become more financially resilient, hosted by Lucia Ariano.
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Get out of the red and into the pink with the FT Podcast: Money Clinic with Claer Barrett, who responds to real-life money questions with “nuggets, tips and takeaways”.
Otherwise try the UK Money Podcast, with Jason Mountford. As well as personal finance issues, he tackles basic questions, such as what to do with your Tesco Clubcard points.
Anybody with a passing interest in money knows Martin Lewis, founder of moneysavingexpert.com. He also does a regular podcast, via BBC Radio 5 Live, dispensing tips on making the most of your money.