Time for a review!
One of the biggest reading expenses is the cost of a single magazine copy. How many people visit newsstands to pick up their favorite monthly magazine? I know I do, but this is not the smartest move when it comes to managing your money. When you buy a magazine at the newsstand price, you’re paying nearly 4 times as much as a single copy under an annual subscription contract would cost you. Most people buy the magazine, read it, and get ready to buy next month’s issue. Not Us!
We prefer personalized annual subscriptions sent to our mailbox for a fraction of the cost. That’s where MagsDirect becomes a very helpful resource.
Personal Finance Mags on the Cheap
Magsdirect.com sells magazines subscriptions for some of the cheapest prices on the web. They offer a nice selection of personal finance magazines ( I listed a few of my favorites below):
- DRIP Investor – highly focused investment newsletter on dividend reinvestment plans.
- Kiplinger’s Personal Finance – covers money, investing, and a vast range of personal finance topics. This is one of my favorite magazines to read.
- Smart Money – I often find good articles on money and investing. Their quality of information is comparable to Kiplinger’s.
Trust your Purchase is Safe
What I really like about MagsDirect is the amount of trust their web site builds with the customer. You can contact the staff via e-mail, phone, postal mail, or fax, a model that more online businesses should follow.
From the looks of their site, I also thought that security may be an issue. But I was wrong. MagsDirect uses Verisign SSL encryption for all orders, the same online encryption service that eBay uses.
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
MagsDirect Customer Support Page provides all the necessary contact information in regards to your order. Telephone operators respond to phone calls Monday through Friday, 5 days a week during normal business hours.
PO box 307
55 W Railroad Ave
Garnerville, NY 10923
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While his background is mostly related to trading stocks, he recently gained interest in real estate crowdfunding with Fundrise.