Ramit Sethi from I Will Teach You to Be Rich is currently putting the final touches on his first published book, aptly named, I Will Teach You to Be Rich. He’s probably tweaking the final paragraphs as I write this. Ramit’s new book, which will be released on March 23, includes a few pages I’ve contributed focusing on smart ways to get out of debt. As long-time readers might guess, my contribution focuses on what I’ve been calling the Debt Avalanche, but doesn’t stop there. There is so much more in this book, and I’m planning to write a full review. But the two of us have more plans, including something we think is going to be fun.
Ramit and I are setting up a one-hour call to answer reader’s questions about absolutely anything, no holds barred. Of course, the call will focus on personal finance, including saving, investing, debt, budgeting, just about anything you can name if it’s related to what people need to know about money. I’m looking forward to this chat, I imagine the two of us on the phone are going to be quite entertaining.
We’ll be making a recording of this phone call available as an MP3 to certain readers, and details concerning how to receive the recording will be forthcoming in the next two weeks. Until then, Ramit and I want to get started on planning the discussion so we need your questions. You can ask more than one, and feel free to be creative. Either leave your questions here as a comment below this post, or, if you’d rather not share just yet, email your questions directly to me (flexo at this domain name).
Ask your questions now and listen to Ramit and I discussing the answers in a few weeks.
Updated March 12, 2009 and originally published March 11, 2009. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.