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Discountmags has Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine on sale for $5.99 per year with coupon code 47909. Thanks brisar

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is this magazine any better than /r/personalfinance ?
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is this magazine any better than /r/personalfinance ?
Probably less pretentious.
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I subscribed to this magazine with the same seller about 6 months ago. It's a good magazine and they reiterate same things over and over. It's probably more useful for active investors with a decent amount of wealth already built. For $6 for a year, I'd say it's worth it just for the confidence it gives me in staying the course at my young age through these market swings.
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Probably less pretentious.
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I subscribed to this magazine with the same seller about 6 months ago. It's a good magazine and they reiterate same things over and over. It's probably more useful for active investors with a decent amount of wealth already built. For $6 for a year, I'd say it's worth it just for the confidence it gives me in staying the course at my young age through these market swings.

I felt just the opposite. I am not an investor by any means. In the few issues I've seen there are a lot of really basic articles and even some of those I did not agree with the advice. Not even investing related things, just basic savings and mortgage stuff, I mean really basic. Like giving quick "fixes" to people with bad habits instead of pointing out the bad habit or why you got in that mess to begin with. There was a full page Harbor Freight ad with coupons in last months so it was not completely useless. Smilie
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ugh I literally pulled the trigger on this at $12 last month. oh well. good magazine.
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ugh I literally pulled the trigger on this at $12 last month. oh well. good magazine.
did you shoot your computer screen?
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I have been subscribing to Money magazine for 7 months, now I will try Kiplinger's.
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