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Yo Quiero Dinero

Personal Finance For the Modern Latina

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Popular Topics

  • Budgeting
  • Buying a House
  • Career
  • Choosing a Financial Advisor
  • Credit Cards
  • Emergency Savings
  • Estate Planning
  • Family and Money
  • Getting out of Debt
  • Investing
  • Owning a Business
  • Prioritizing Money
  • Real Estate Investing
  • Retiring Early (F.I.R.E)
  • Saving
  • Saving for College
  • Setting Up Retirement Accounts
  • Side Hustles
  • Socially Responsible Investing
  • Student Loans
  • Taxes
  • Travel

Overview

Launched in May 2019, Yo Quiero Dinero is a personal finance podcast for Latinas and people of color, who are traditionally underserved by financial organizations. The Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast educates and empowers listeners on personal finance topics like budgeting, debt repayment, building generational wealth, investing and mindset through guests interviews. Our goal is to destigmatize money as a taboo topic in the Latinx community and make personal finance fun, relevant and relatable. The podcast has come to be known as "the swaggiest personal finance podcast", and is available on all major platforms, like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. New episodes premiere on Sundays.

Show Hosts

  • Jannese Torres-Rodriguez

Awards and Honors

  • 2020 PLUTUS AWARD NOMINEE FOR BEST NEW PERSONAL FINANCE PODCAST

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