Let’s face it: podcasts are often our first port of call when we’re looking for something entertaining to help us pass the time. However, with there being millions of options to choose from, especially in accounting, finding the perfect match can often be a pretty long process. But that’s where we come in.
Below we’ve listed some of the best accounting podcasts, covering a broad range of business subjects and providing useful tips and tricks that can prove to be beneficial to even the most successful accountants in the public accounting space.
Don’t hesitate to tune in and listen to one or more of these. You never know, you might find your new favourite podcast amongst this bunch.
With new episodes on a weekly basis, the Taxgirl Podcast focuses on all of the essential information surrounding tax tips, money, cash flow and making smart financial decisions. All topics discussed are relevant, informative and understandable, allowing you to stay-up-date and aware of the most important issues in the world of taxes.
Hosted by entrepreneur, author and accounting expert Steve Bragg, Accounting Best Practices with Steve Bragg will allow you to keep on top of all current issues so you don’t miss out on anything. This podcast is especially great if you’re short on time and prefer digesting your information in a more concise way, as each episode is approximately 7-8 minutes long.
If you’re looking to open and run your own accounting firm/small business or are just interested in discovering more on that topic, then look no further than Aly & Andrew’s All Aussie Accounting Adventures. Having experienced the process themselves, Aly and Andrew provide pearls of wisdom and sound advice based on concrete experience within every episode.
On top of producing The Journal of Accountancy (a monthly publication for accountants covering developments in accounting, taxation law, technology, and practice management),
AICPA & CIMA decided to create a corresponding podcast. The podcast frequently discusses key issues within the accounting profession along with the latest accounting news.
This podcast, hosted by Blake Oliver, CPA and David Leary, is a cloud accounting podcast boasting a focus on how companies can make use of current cloud technology designed for accounting in order to better their businesses in each weekly episode. They discuss topics such as:
- Accounting and finance apps
- Accounting technology
- Remote work and cloud tools
- Cloud stories
- Online sales and marketing tips
- How to manage a modern practice
- Cryptocurrency and emerging tech
The Accounting Today Podcast provides regular, in-depth discussions on some of the hottest topics in accounting with some of the most well-known business people and successful entrepreneurs in the industry. You’ll definitely be walking away with at least one new piece of knowledge at the end of every episode.
Bean Ninjas are definitely experts when it comes to offering best-in-class bookkeeping, accounting, virtual CFO, and tax services for 7 and 8-figure eCommerce businesses looking to scale. This is reflected within their monthly podcast episodes, within which they provide vital accounting and business tips and tricks that aid towards professional development for all interested in the public accounting profession.
Finally, last but not least, the Green Apple Podcast by John Garrett brings to the forefront the weird and wonderful, as he speaks with guests that actively strive to be different in order to stand out in their industries. With accounting professionals, lawyers, consultants and other thought leaders featuring on the podcast, you’ll love delving into their passions and finding out more about how they integrate what they love into their businesses for greater business enlightenment and freedom.
Discovering new binge-worthy podcasts to add to your collection is one of the best feelings in the world. If you’re interested in the world of accounting, or even if you’re an accounting student, we hope one of these can give you that perfect balance of amusement and knowledge.
Did we miss any? Feel free to let us know of any other options we didn’t include in the comments section below.