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Best personal finance & investing books of 2022, Kate & Owen’s top picks

In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate Campbell and Owen Rask share some of their most recent personal finance and investing book recommendations for 2022.

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After sharing a pile of books on my shelf at the moment, we were reminded of the impact a personal finance and investing book can have on someone’s financial future. There’s something so tangible about being able to share a book with friends and family, that even podcasts like ours don’t quite replace.

So, in today’s episode, we want to share some of the personal finance and investing books that have had a big impact on us recently. Tune in for some new book ideas including titles like Die With Zero and Investing: The Last Liberal Art.

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