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I've read a few personal finance books now, people like Robert Kiyosaki and Alvin Hall. They're quite informative on topics like investment and retirement. I grant that the earlier you think about these things the better, but I wanted something directed toward younger people in their twenties and thirties, and came across Beth Kobliner.
It's US-centric, but most of the advice translates over well, and I very much like the direct, point-by-point style in order of priorities that she's given here.
Does /£$€¥/ have anything further I could read? Ideally with young British people in mind.