10 “Finfluencers” You Should Know

Whether you're struggling to stick to a budget or seeking to make your first million, here are the top influential figures in personal finance worth a listen.

There’s no shortage of personal finance advice through social media these days. “Finfluencers,” or personal finance influencers, are taking over our feeds. Here, we’ve rounded up 10 of the most popular and trusted names in personal finance on Audible, along with their podcasts and audiobooks. While most of these finfluencers are millennials, their listens offer advice for everyone, regardless of your age, income level, or financial acumen.

1. Rachel Rodgers

Only 10% of the world’s millionaires are women. On a mission to grow that number is mother of four, attorney, business owner, and self-made millionaire Rachel Rodgers. Listen for her revolutionary tips on getting to seven figures in her debut audiobook, We Should All Be Millionaires. The best part? Rodgers says we don’t have to give up our morning coffee to get there. Plus, check out her podcast, Hello Seven.

2. Tiffany 'The Budgetnista' Aliche

As seen on the hit TV show Queer Eye, award-winning financial education teacher Tiffany ‘The Budgetnista’ Aliche is on a mission to transform the way women think about their finances. Her audiobook Get Good with Money offers a 10-step process for growing your net worth and working towards your savings goals. It’s packed with life-changing advice on everything from how to budget to how to pay down credit card debt. Short on time? Check out her mini-listen The One Week Budget for a crash course on budgeting that you can complete in an afternoon.

3. Alice Tapper

Entrepreneur and self-confessed finance geek Alice Tapper claims to be the antithesis to buzzy get-rich-quick "experts." Unsurprisingly, you won't find any shortcuts in her cheekily titled audiobook, Go Fund Yourself—just actionable tips you can use today to build a better financial future.

4. Jesse Mecham

Family man and "recovering CPA" Jesse Mecham founded his site You Need A Budget (YNAB) in 2004 as a way to help him and his wife Julie become more financially conscious. Fast forward to the present day and he’s the successful host of a podcast by the same name, in which he helps others plan for their financial futures with lessons he's learned from his own journey. Want more from Jesse? Check out his audiobook titled, you guessed it, You Need a Budget, and the latest series in the YNAB universe, Beginning Balance.

5. Bola Sokunbi

Founded by Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI) Bola Sokunbi, The Clever Girls is a financial empowerment platform for women, by women. In her long-running podcast Clever Girls Know, Bola and the other "Clever Girls" cover topics from social media influencers to people pleasing to real estate investments, and more. Bola is also the author of two top-rated books, Clever Girl Finance and Grow Your Money.

6. Glen James and John Pideon

Okay, so technically I told a small untruth—there are actually 11 "finfluencers" on this list. Australian duo Glen James and John Pideon are the hosts of My Millennial Money. Glen is a self-proclaimed “millennial money expert” and John is a personal property coach and entrepreneur. In their dynamic podcast, the pair discuss money trends like investing in cryptocurrency, whether or not you need a robo-adviser, and the F.I.R.E (financial independence retire early) movement. Short on time? Check out Glen James's My Millennial Money Express for bite-sized advice.

7. Nicaila Matthews Okome

Jamaican American entrepreneur Nicaila Matthews Okome spotlights Black women entrepreneurs in her motivational podcast Side Hustle Pro—a series focused on how to build multiple income streams. Hear her and her guests share real-life success stories and sage advice for making money outside of your day job.

8. Jen Hempill

Latinx author and money expert Jen Hempill shares tips for small business owners, wannabe entrepreneurs, and average workers alike in her unique bilingual podcast, Her Dinero Matters. Hempill and her guests dive into topics such as the costs and benefits of college and share actionable advice for starting a business.

9. Jamila Soffrant

CFEI Jamila Souffrant started her company in 2016 as a motivational tool to reach her own financial independence. Now, she helps others create actionable plans to reach their money goals—including retiring early—in her popular podcast, Journey To Launch.

10. Patricia Bright

British YouTuber and entrepreneur Patricia Bright tells us how to build our brand, business, and beliefs in her inspirational debut book, Heart and Hustle. Using her trademark "bright" personality, Patricia offers relatable advice, perfect for anyone looking for motivation to reach their financial goals.

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