300 episodes

Personal Finance Expert and author Pete the Planner (aka Peter Dunn) welcomes one person per episode on a quest to make them a millionaire. He digs deep into their financial life, fixes problems, and lays-out a detailed plan on how to accomplish their goals. Each guest is given their Million Dollar Day. The former comedian makes a seemingly boring topic, interesting. The podcast is filled with surprises, laughs, and practical money advice for real people.

The Pete the Planner® Show Pete the Planner

    • Business
    • 4.7, 136 Ratings

Personal Finance Expert and author Pete the Planner (aka Peter Dunn) welcomes one person per episode on a quest to make them a millionaire. He digs deep into their financial life, fixes problems, and lays-out a detailed plan on how to accomplish their goals. Each guest is given their Million Dollar Day. The former comedian makes a seemingly boring topic, interesting. The podcast is filled with surprises, laughs, and practical money advice for real people.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
136 Ratings

136 Ratings

AHro827 ,

Hilariously Informative

I’m a big fan of this show. I appreciate how Pete and Damian make it fun. Keep up the great work!

Best dog 2 ,

Best real person advice!

Great episode, as always. It's nice to listen to Pete because he's empathetic, funny, and gives solid advice. It's entertaining and non-judgmental, which is what's need to tackle this sticky issue of money! Keep up the great work!

J123455@ ,

It’s been a good run, but...

I must say that I appreciate that Pete is using his platform to promote better money habits and help others better their financial situations. However, I can not recommend this podcast. The show is not quite as entertaining as when Nicole was a part of it. I don’t know the full extent of the circumstances that led to her departure, but the show was definitely better with her presence and Pete should have tried to keep her around. Also, I’ve noticed Pete promoting very Centrist views. WAKE UP CALL! Millennials have had enough of that crap, and we’re most of the ones listening to podcasts. And the straw that broke the camels back was Pete arguing that we don’t need self-driving vehicles. Are you serious?! Over 30,000 Americans die every year because of car crashes - that’s just one of the many problems that could be alleviated with the implementation of self-driving cars. Don’t even get me started on how traffic would improve. This just goes to show how distant Pete actually is from average Americans. Does he have a chauffeur to take him to work, or does he live in a penthouse on top of his office building? Hey Pete, the average American has about an hour commute to work and back. Imagine what we could do with all those wasted hours. Until we reach that point, I’ll be sitting in traffic listening to better podcasts.

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