Magazines cover a wide array of personal-finance issues, from Entrepreneur’s business advice to Forbes’ financial reporting
About This Deal
Choose from Three Options
- $5 for a 1-year, 12-issue subscription to Entrepreneur ($9.99 value)
- $8 for a 1-year, 12-issue subscription to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ($12 value)
- $15 for a 1-year, 24-issue subscription to Forbes ($29.99 value)
Each issue of Entrepreneur magazine bursts from cover to cover with everything burgeoning business people need to know to grow their businesses. Topics include advice for advancing businesses, trends in startup companies, and marketing and sales ideas. Many issues also feature interviews with successful entrepreneurs along with tips for improving your own business.
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
The more you have, the more you have to protect. That’s where Kiplinger’s Personal Finance comes in. Started in 1947, the publication offers informed advice on investments, taxes, insurance, and planning for the major expenses of life. Whether you’re getting ready to send your kids to college or purchase your first house, these journalists have the expertise to help you make the right decision. That’s because the editorial board and the executive board are one and the same, meaning the company is driven by the same sound financial principles as the editorial content.
Top business and finance executives regularly turn to Forbes, the premier magazine of the business world. This magazine offers in-depth analysis and coverage of issues, trends and people that set the world’s business agenda. Forbes focuses on top management and those aspiring to positions of corporate leadership in business. This insider publication features information on successful companies and individuals, industries, marketing, law, taxes, technology, computers, communications, investments, management performance, and more. A subscription to the magazine facilitates staying up to date on stock-market trends and business news stories without having to click through websites and stare at screens all day, and it also makes for impressive coffee-table fare.