I stumbled upon this book at the bookstore and was immediately drawn in by the title. Who doesn't want to be rich? The cover touts itself as a six week program and that is exactly what I liked about it. A clear cut path with a time limit. Ramit Sethi, the author of this book and the founder of the website (of the same name) is a graduate of Harvard and in his early twenties. He takes a very serious subject and makes it fun. I have literally laughed out loud at some of his writing! His six week plan is clear cut and given in step by step instructions. He teaches you how to get the most from your credit cards. He explains how to choose a bank and why you should consider online banking. He explains investing and then how to look at your spending and decide what you really want to spend on. Finally he teaches you how to make all of this easier by automating you bills and investments while explaining why you should do so. I have followed the the steps and while I am not rich, I am on more concrete financial ground and on my way to financial freedom. His intention for this book was to teach twentysomethings fresh out of college how to be financially responsible but I passed that milestone a long while back and found this book useful and interesting. I have learned a lot from reading it and even used some of the scripted portions to talk down interest rates and bank fees. I highly recommend this book to anyone in any age group that wants to become financially savvy and not die of boredom trying to read about it.