podcasts

Financial literacy is a crucial life skill that every person should have but is often overlooked. Many are not taught financial skills and due to cultural norms, Latinas are often reluctant to discuss money matters.

Today we’re sharing three Latina money podcasts that delve into many money topics, offering tips, tricks, and financial planning advice. These Latina financial experts are breaking down the barriers surrounding money matters and showing other Latinas and minority women that you too can become financially independent, improve your financial literacy, and make financially wise choices to save money and build wealth. 

Janet Cruz Padrón, founder of “Latina Money” podcast. (Photo source)

Latina Money 

Latina Money is a financial empowerment platform designed to ignite and fuel wealth creation for the modern Latina. Founded by Janet Cruz Padrón, Janet believes that “talking money” can positively transform and elevate cultures and communities. By fusing education, entrepreneurship, media, technology, and storytelling, Latina Money is empowering modern women, as well as communities of color to lift the taboo and harness the tremendous power that money has to write and rewrite cultural narratives.

Each week, Janet talks wealth and money, taking you behind the scenes in conversation with successful entrepreneurs, creatives, and industry elites to share exclusive insider tips, wisdom and action based strategies for building wealth and creating smart and savvy income. 

Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, and iHeartRadio 

Jannese Torres-Rodriguez, creator of “Yo Quiero Dinero” podcast. (Photo source)

Yo Quiero Dinero

Yo Quiero Dinero is a nationally acclaimed, award winning personal finance podcast that is listened to in over 130 countries. Created by financial expert, Jannese Torres, this podcast connects listeners with Latinas and POC change makers who are sharing their personal finance stories. Jannese helps to educate marginalized communities on topics such as financial literacy, investing, entrepreneurship, and building generational wealth. 

Through her own experiences, Jannese knows what it’s like to be overwhelmed by debt and disillusioned with traditional employment. This is why she has made it her mission to help others find financial freedom like she did. 

Today, she helps her clients and listeners build successful online businesses that allow them to pursue financial independence and freedom.

Listen on various streaming platforms

Mayra Alejandra Garcia, creator of “Debt-free Latina” podcast. (Photo source

Debt-Free Latina 

Created by financial coach, Mayra Alejandra Garcia, Debt-free Latina aims to motivate and inspire you to grow your net worth, pursue your goals, and be wise with your money. 

After working hard to become debt-free herself, Mayra now wants to help others achieve a debt-free lifestyle too. 

“We live in a culture where instant gratification is what everyone is accustomed to. We have to understand that building wealth is a marathon, it takes time and discipline,” she says. 

On her podcast, Mayra covers topics such as saving, investing, and paying off debt, ways to fight inflation, overcoming money trauma, budgeting, overspending, and more. 

Join Mayra as she teaches how to grow your net worth,  pursue your financial goals, be wise with your money, and become a Debt-Free Latina!

Listen on Spotify, Apple, Audible, and more

We hope these Latina money podcasts will help jump-start your journey to financial freedom.

Start your own podcast here

You might be interested:

*This article contains affiliated links. If you use these links to buy an item, we may earn a small commission.

Author

  • Victoria Arena is a writer and student, passionate about writing, literature, and women's studies. She is bilingual, fluent in both English and Spanish. She holds an Associates in Fine Arts for Creative Writing, and a Bachelor's in English Literature from Montclair State University.

By Victoria Arena

Victoria Arena is a writer and student, passionate about writing, literature, and women's studies. She is bilingual, fluent in both English and Spanish. She holds an Associates in Fine Arts for Creative Writing, and a Bachelor's in English Literature from Montclair State University.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.