This Institute which has taken care of so many corporate-you's on April 15th, now offers custodial care of the getting and spending of all your days. Convert your piggybank proceeds into record books, file cards, etc. and start ""programming"" what you have along with ""your commitments."" The Institute is less helpful on everyday ""programming""--i.e. budgeting, and unspecific on figures except children's allowances. And they haven't too much to say about the more mundane aspects of everyday living, whether it's cutting corners at the supermarket or rather undefined ""ventures"" for raising extra money. But where they're good, expectably, is on the major procedures: buying and selling a home; saving money and where to cache it; life insurance (renewable term preferably) and health insurance; investments; social security; taxes. Essentially, basically, for the uninitiated.