So, the learning will begin and things will get better when you do the opposite of everything in the book.
In any case, the humor and writing style of this book makes it very accessable and it should reach a readership that finds other financial books too dry or ho-hum.
Here are a few: *Save money only when you feel like it, and if you just don't feel like saving, then don't.
I had a good time reading this book. It brought back memories from my past and when I too was living like a broke person.Published 9 months ago by Michael Mota
I could see some relatives and friends must have already bought this book and thought it was serious and not humor.Published 12 months ago by C,k
Each chapter in the book is a couple of sarcastic lines. The sarcasm is great, i just expected more of a "book" with "chapters" of hilarity. Read morePublished 15 months ago by 1goodgranny
Valuable information from a different stance. There is advice given here I wish mom and dad had given me. If they had I would have to be working this late in life.Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
I thought the book was simplistic and lacking insight. I feel Mr Stein has much more to offer than is represented here.Published 16 months ago by C. Saunders
A very sarcastic way of looking at your financial life. If you know what to do to improve your financial life, but have not put that knowledge to work, this book will point some... Read morePublished 16 months ago by potterta
This is before how to "Really" ruin your life in 2012. I liked it a lot but it was a bit dated compared to the latest edition. Read morePublished 20 months ago by JS
This entry by Ben Stein was fair to good, however it was a fall from "How to Ruin your Love Life", which if you have not read, please read as it is one of the funniest... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Joseph E. Brown
Good reading that i passed along to my children, and they nodded their head in agreement as to do and what not to do in the world of money.Published on March 15, 2013 by John L. Wagner