This book is great for people who would like to get control of their finances and is an equally great refresher for those who already have their finances under control. I'm in the latter but it was still worth reading, though I did skip some of the credit card and budgeting stuff.
In general, Suze discusses end of life matters (wills, trusts, ect.), investing (retirement plans, mutual funds, etf's, etc.), saving your money (spending within you means, credit cards, etc.), and the psychology of why people ignore these issues (childhood experiences with money), and how you should handle your wealth responsibly (take control of it, plan accordingly for your death, and give to those in need). She generally introduces a topic, gives real life examples, discusses these, then gives the reader an exercise to do. She gets a little too psychological and spiritual at times for my taste, but she did hit a lot of underlying truths. For example, she says the sixth law of financial freedom is to trust your inner voice. I think this is true for finances, as well as all of lifes decisions in fact. If you ignore this voice inside of you, you are ignoring your true self and in time, this voice will win the yelling match and you will have to face it. In relation to finances, this generally leads to losing money.
Another lesson she discusses, which is probably news to many readers, is that you must be generous with money before you can truly be wealthy. She says this puts you in touch with the best part of yourself. I do think this is true for most people. It reminds of the philosophy in Lao Tze's Tao de Ching, which basically says to get something, you must first not want it. By donating some of your money, you are releasing your fears of losing it, and freeing yourself to earn more.
Great read, especially for less than $6.