Jim and Rich Jorgensen, father and son co-hosts of the radio show The Jorgen$ens on Money, offer a straightforward, no-frills way to save money with It's Never Too Late to Get Rich: The Nine Secrets to Building a Nest Egg. They show how a few modest steps-e.g., brown bagging lunch once a week; renting a video instead of going to a movie-can help save hundreds of dollars. They also advise investors to pick a stock or mutual fund and keep their money there until they need it, regardless of the market's turbulence. Inexperienced investors and people nervous about handling money will find this primer helpful. But while the tax and retirement sections are updated and there's new material on choosing financial planners, the book is otherwise practically identical to the edition originally published in 1994.