There is going to be lots of different opinions on this question... but I'll try to give you a list of some things you could get to get into reloading...
It all depends on how far you want to take it: I actually started out with a Speer loading manual and the Lee Annaversary Kit Lee Precision, Inc. Reloading Tools and Equipment: Anniversary Kit
and a set of RCBS dies. Kit is about 140, book 30, dies 35, Lee trimmer is @15, caliper 30. The weakest part of this kit is the scale. It works, but it is very cheap.
No matter what direction you go... buy a loading book first and read it until you know it by heart. This will help you decide on what tools you want to get. I like Speer Nosler but they are the only ones I have lol!
Now, If you want to spend more and get better quality, you may want to purchase things separately. RCBS or Redding press, Trimmer (forster rcbs, lyman, redding...) Lee or RCBS priming tool. Lyman, RCBS Redding, Forster 500 or 1000 grain balance beam scale (I like digital but they are more expensive). Lyman Tumber. any dial caliper, Redding, Forster or RCBS dies (IMHO the RCBS ones are not as good as the others). Lee powder dispencer (you will have to weigh every load, but you should if your going for accuracy)... A few small case prep tools... lots of little stuff that helps but it adds up in $$$ quick.