In a practical and breezy style, Ramit brilliantly lays out a stern six-week finance program for individuals that need to master all about money using the least amount of effort and then proceed with their lives. A great attribute about this book is the fact that it is educational and funny. Moreover, it contains a detailed list of “how to’s”. The book is based on four pillars of finance which include: banking, saving, budgeting and investing.
“An eighth-grade dropout that spends less compared to what he earns is more intelligent than a college professor that cannot make ends meet.” This is according to the book’s author, Robert Kiyosaki. Moreover, while working for a secure paycheck can get obviously get you started, the best investment of your money and time is to purchase a business or property. Or better yet, do exactly what the author did – pen down a bestselling book.
The best quote from this book is, “The key to great wealth and financial freedom is an individual’s skill or ability to convert earned income to portfolio income and/or passive income.”