My mother-in-law likes the Bottom Line magazine.
IMHO, some of it is marginally OK, but their financial advice can be awful.
Would you know and could you recommend similar but better magazines? short snippets of useful/interesting information.
EDIT: For those who don't know, Bottom Line is a magazine/newsletter, on paper; to give you an idea of its content, some headlines:
"What your eyes reveal about your health", "The 5 best Stocks and 5 best Funds for 2013", "Social Security traps: one false move and you could lose thousands of dollars", "Can you do better investing your benefits", "Before you buy a brand new home, read this...", "How a chronic procrastinator get this done", "A prepaid card may be right for you if you select the right one", "How to drive safely as speed limits soar", "Great kitchen gadgets make cooking more fun", "Three words never to say and you are eating out with a client or the boss", ... You get the idea of the audience and the content. It is not so bad, except sometimes their financial stuff.
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on Thu Aug 29, 2013 4:59 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Jack Bogle deserves the Presidential Medal of Freedom.