How Podcasts Can Help Improve Financial Literacy

September 29, 2022

From seminars to social media, financial education comes in many forms. If you are looking for a new way to improve your financial literacy, listening to podcasts may be a good resource to turn to.



Traditional forms of financial education, like seminars and newsletters, are always useful ways to expand your knowledge about finances. Yet in today’s fast-paced society, many new financial education opportunities have emerged.


One creative source, for example, are podcasts! Podcasts are both entertaining and informative, making them a great financial education tool. You can listen to them while driving, making dinner, or on the go.


Financial podcasts often cover a wide range of topics. They give you tips on how to organize your finances, overcome obstacles, navigate credit, and much more. Educational podcasts can expand your learning and help you prepare for any financial situation you may encounter.


Finally, when using podcasts as a form of education, make sure you are listening to a reliable source. It is important that the information you receive is accurate. A podcast’s trustworthiness can be checked by researching the host’s reliablity, or by listening to podcasts presented by a trusted financial institution.


Did you know MSUFCU has a podcast? Listen to the Wallet Watch podcast presented by MSU Federal Credit Union and OU Credit Union on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Podbean, today! We discuss a variety of topics like financial responsibility, investing, leasing vs. buying, and much more!


Learn more about Wallet Watch at


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