The groundbreaking NEW YORK TIMES and WALL STREET JOURNAL BESTSELLER that taught a generation how to earn more, save more, and live a rich life—now in a revised 2nd edition.
Buy as many lattes as you want. Choose the right accounts and investments so your money grows for you—automatically. Best of all, spend guilt-free on the things you love.
Personal finance expert Ramit Sethi has been called a “wealth wizard” by Forbes and the “new guru on the block” by Fortune. Now he’s updated and expanded his modern money classic for a new age, delivering a simple, powerful, no-BS 6-week program that just works.
I Will Teach You to Be Rich will show you:
• How to crush your debt and student loans faster than you thought possible
• How to set up no-fee, high-interest bank accounts that won’t gouge you for every penny
• How Ramit automates his finances so his money goes exactly where he wants it to—and how you can do it too
• How to talk your way out of late fees (with word-for-word scripts)
• How to save hundreds or even thousands per month (and still buy what you love)
• A set-it-and-forget-it investment strategy that’s dead simple and beats financial advisors at their own game
• How to handle buying a car or a house, paying for a wedding, having kids, and other big expenses—stress free
• The exact words to use to negotiate a big raise at work
Plus, this 10th anniversary edition features over 80 new pages, including:
• New tools
• New insights on money and psychology
• Amazing stories of how previous readers used the book to create their rich lives
Master your money—and then get on with your life.
An insightful read which has changed my perspective on money forever. This book single-handedly can give you all of the personal finance knowledge you should have learned in school. From negotiating a raise to buying a house to building a prenup with your partner, this book has it all. Less flash, more cash. Do you want to be sexy or do you want to be rich?55
I don’t think I can get through this book . Seems egotistical and advice if any is lost in snarky remarks . Everything is very substance level ,100% of this can be found in better written books this book reads like it was written by an 18 year old who just discovered financial literacy . Stopped on chapter 4 I rarely not finish a book15
I liked how simple Ramit’s ideas and principles are. Everything is about quick and easy fixes now and what he teaches are that but the results are about the long game. I had no clue about how to invest and now I feel comfortable to start investing on my own because of this book and what Ramit teaches you.55
The foundation of money management explained clearly and concisely.55
I have taken control and I give thanks to this book for easily teaching me things that will change my life for a more stress free autonomous life style so that I can enjoy that things that really matter. Great Job Ramit55
This is probably the Best Financial Book for Beginners out there. I highly recommend picking up this book, point, blank, period.55
It’s a must read ! This is the type of book who educate you and help you organize your money which is awesome . However , this book was written in 2017 and a lot of things changed since . The stock market and the crypto money which this book is, mostly against , made some people richer than ever ! And the interest on mortgage never been so low ( below 2 %). Makes some of the advices of this book outdated , but hey it’s still a must read book45
Great book! Lots of helpful insight! Totally got me motivated to set up my conscious spending plan, start saving more, automate my savings, and create savings goals for the future. Totally worth the read for anyone seeking Personal Finance knowledge! Thank you Ramit :)55
I have financially followed Dave Ramsey pretty close for awhile. I got this book to see a different view and see what other investment vehicles Ramit suggested. I found some things in the book that I can apply. This alone made the book worth the purchase. I would still give Ramsey the edge as far as a system to follow.45
This book has changed my perspective of money and the role it plays in my life. A paradigm shift was made. I cannot imagine being unmindful of how I spend money—unless I intentionally put money aside for guilt free spending haha55