Digital personal finance magazine launched
A personal finance magazine called Sustainable Money designed specifically for smart phones and tablets has been launched.
“Our goal each week is to give you some takeaways that will help you save money or make money, or in some way increase your financial security,” said Delamaide in a statement. “There’s no easy way to get there. It takes many small steps, and we want to help you take a few more steps each week.”
The magazine aims to be a personal finance guide on how to manage spending to increase savings, and how to manage savings to increase wealth. Every issue will also focus on the ways spending, saving and investing make a difference in how our planet’s resources are used.
The publication will be weekly, and the first issue is free. Renewable monthly subscriptions are available for 99 cents through In-App Purchase. Annual subscriptions are available for $9.99.
Contributors to Sustainable Money include Karin Price Mueller, who writes a weekly consumer affairs column for The Star-Ledger in Newark, and Vanessa Richardson, a former staff writer for Self, Money and Red Herring.
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