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Improved MoneySense

New look, new sections for the magazine’s second year


It maybe sporting a new look, but MoneySense, the country’s only personal finance magazine, has just improved, in time for its second anniversary.

A more compact and more attention-grabbing magazine is how MoneySense welcomes 2009. Still information packed to arm its audiences with practical tips to aid their financial lives, the issue is also adding additional sections, like Savvy Investor, offering investment primers and comparing stocks and funds, and Income Earner, featuring money-making opportunities and career advice.

Its regular sections, like Easy Money has become more interactive, while Smart Spender is now more diverse in advising how you can get the best value for your money.

This special issue also carries features like where to invest in 2009, know if your bank is safe, keep your money secure this year of crisis, and how actress and multi-endorser Dawn Zulueta, continues to enjoy her hard-earned success. MoneySense also has stories on global franchises under $50,000, money market funds, personal loans, health insurance, and dollar time deposits.

Currently available in over 200 outlets nationwide, MoneySense is founded by veteran business and finance journalists with a combined 50 years of publishing experience. To learn more about MoneySense, visit For subscriptions, contact 339-3361, 728-1073 or email


Written by Lynda C. Corpuz

February 4, 2009 at 11:49 pm

Posted in Magazine

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