Down to Earth - By Runner
I have subscribed to Money for a couple of years now. I have always found it to be a great source of information without getting too technical. The problem with so many of the financial magazines is that they are written way over most people's heads. This one is not. It is very down to earth with practical applications that the vast majority of people need to apply to their financial literacy and lives. It should not be the only avenue a person uses for financial information, but I think it should be one that most people would benefit from subscribing to.
A Great Magazine for the Financial "Big Picture" - By JohnB
The general consensus on Money Magazine seems to be that it is a great stepping stone for those just getting their feet wet in matters relating to money. For the new investor, the unintimadating commentaries on investing will be welcome. Covering basic issues including but not limited to, taxes, real estate, estate planning, budgeting, insurance, and of course,… stocks, the magazine has simple, sound advice. New investors, or actually anyone, should be wary of making a magazine their only vehicle for finding stock tips. However, with other sources in place, Money magazine can help you get acquainted with trends going on within the market and give basic advice for managing all aspects of your financial life.