Top 5 Podcasts About Loans and Lending You Need to Know

Books are a consistent and efficient way to learn about a specific topic, especially on loans and lending. Authors spend years at a time amassing a plethora of information. Yet, books often deviate from getting straight-to-the-point; while they will provide the reader with a greater understanding of a topic, there are other mediums that present similar information in a more concise way. Today, we have podcast recommendations, so you can start making smarter financial decisions today!

music girl model fashion ear pink headphones beauty emotions listen listening to music to listen pink background headsets listens to

Podcasts: * All descriptions and pictures were taken from iTunes

Student Loan Show

“Finally, a podcast that talks about the biggest financial burden out there – student loans. We’ll discuss the issues confronted by newly-minted graduates, their family members, and consigners. Along the way, we’ll talk about budgeting, personal finance, debt, credit, and making the right career choices for your future. student loan lawyer Jay S hosts the nationally-known show. Fleischman, and includes guests and interviews”.

Loans with Huddy

“Credit expert/nerd chatting about credit, mortgage loans, real estate. Educate and inspire by a dude that’s lives it and breaths it! 20 years of experience not just in business but life.”

Millionaire Loan Officer

“You stuck? Hit Scotts Calendar for a Strategy call Currently, Scott is the founder of Agent Mastermind, a successful and collaborative group of like-minded Real Estate professionals from the US and Canada. Loan Officers and Realtors use Agent Mastermind to work together to grow their businesses. Over the course of five years, we have trained over 100K Realtors & Loan Officers”.

Lend Academy

“The Lend Academy Podcast is the first and most popular podcast dedicated exclusively to lending and fintech. Peter Renton, Lend Academy founder and LendIt co-founder, interviews fintech leaders about what is happening in their business and their views on the future. Whether you are just finding out about online lending and fintech or have been investing with peer to peer (p2p) lending firms Lending Club or Prosper since the beginning, you will learn something new here every week.”

Better Off with Jill Schlesinger

“Host Jill Schlesinger, CFP®, tackles sometimes uncomfortable and even controversial money and investing issues, without the financial jargon, to get to the heart of what’s important for anyone to know. Jill takes listener phone calls and interviews informative and entertaining guests each week to uncover surprising insights and provide actionable information so you can make the most of your money. This show is sponsored by Betterment. Have a question? Email us at

Always continue to educate yourself!

hand person music people girl woman technology white photography female leg portrait model young finger youth child fashion lifestyle leisure arm childhood smiling teenager hipster cheerful fun happy audio headphones musical glasses party sound scene song teen listen attractive entertainment earphones listening interaction

About Vola:

Vola Finance can advance you up to $300 at NO INTEREST. Vola Finance can make sure your bank balance does not get too low and alert you before it does so that you don’t pay overdraft or NSF fees. Furthermore, Vola Finance breaks down your spending pattern to help you budget your upcoming expenses and find ways for you to save.

Vola supports over 6000 banks and credit unions and uses one of the nation’s largest bank connection providers to securely establish a link to your account.

Vola is transparent. There are NO HIDDEN FEES Vola operates by charging a subscription fee, there are no other charges. If the features offered by Vola are not compatible with your bank or phone, Vola Finance will refund you your subscription fee. 

Keep reading