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Choose FI (US)
Brad and Jonathan are perhaps the most endearing duo out there in the FI world. These guys facilitate the views and voices of people from all over the FI community. They are excellent podcasts hosts. I'm sure you'll be hooked from your first episode.
Mad Fientist (US)
Brandon, also known as The Mad Fientist, achieved financial independence at the age of 34. He interviews some of the most influential people relevant to the FI world, including JL Collins, Mr Money Moustache and the Frugelwoods.
The Property Hub (UK)
This is my favourite UK property podcast. Hosted by the affable Robs - Rob Bence and Rob Dix. If you have even the slightest interest in making money from property in the UK, this podcast is a must-listen.
Meaningful Money (UK)
Popular financial guru, Pete Matthews, is the financial 'dad' you wish you'd had. He has an extremely easy-going nature with a particular gift for taking complex financial issues and explaining them in a simple way that the average punter can understand.
Maven Money (UK)
Andy Hart is a UK Financial advisor - the type you'd actually like to work with. He's got a very practical approach to handling finances. Good, solid personal financial information for the UK.
Is the go-to UK blog for personal finance in the UK. Full of opinion and personality and in-depth conversation about a broad range of UK-related financial topics, Monevator is about getting rich slowly by earning a bit more; and saving a bit more; and investing.
RESET: How to Restart Your Life and Get F.U. Money: The unconventional Early Retirement Plan for Midlife Careerists Who Want to Be Happy
A FIRE book authored in the UK, for the UK audience covering the latest thinking in financial independence, lifestyle design and philosophical wisdom.
Best suited for those on middle to upper salary bracket who are searching for an alternative to the keeping up with the Joneses type lifestyle.
The Simple Path to Wealth
If there is just one book you read on achieving FI, this should be it. JL Collins is something of a Financial Independence guru. This book grew out of a series of letters to his daughter concerning various things—mostly about money and investing—she was not yet quite ready to hear.
Highly informative with an easy narrative. This book should be top of your list.
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