Until I got this one.
Ramit hits it spot on. This is a down to earth ; no BS kinda book, no big fancy terms, no crazy plans or budgeting ... Just basic finance tips that will put your financial life on autopilot mode and quick, simple solutions for retirement and living a "Rich Life" that will work for 90% of people (and is likely already 10x better than whatever you're doing right now). Sounds too good to be true? Read the book, you'll see.
I already shared this book with a few friends and colleagues and will be forcing my younger sisters to read this so that they can start planning their Rich Life asap while still in their 20s. I wish someone had given me this book 10 years ago but as they say ; the best time to start saving was yesterday, the 2nd best time is NOW.
For Canadians ; you can safely replace "401(k)" references with RRSP (RÉER) and "Roth IRA" references with TFSA (CÉLI) in the book and although the accounts are not EXACTLY the same as their American counterpart, big picture wise they serve the same purpose. As for the banks proposed in the books, you can easily find equivalents with a bit of Google searching (try searching for "high interest savings account Canada" for instance).