New Personal Finance Magazine Launches Exclusively on Amazon Kindle
Tribune Media Services (TMS) this week announced the launch of a new personal finance magazine called CASH: Personal Finance for Real People. The weekly magazine will be distributed exclusively on Amazon Kindle.
The first issue of CASH is currently available on a free trial download and subscription basis for Kindle customers. CASH will be published weekly on Mondays and will cost $.49 an issue and $1.49 for a monthly magazine subscription. TMS is the content syndication and licensing division of Chicago-based Tribune Company and also publishes Opinionated, a social and political opinion magazine on Kindle.
"CASH is a very timely new tool created to help American consumers evaluate their options for spending, saving and investing decisions they confront each day," said Steve Tippie, TMS vice president of marketing and licensing and the magazine's publisher. "More than ever in this country's history, people are looking for tested, authoritative and practical help managing their money. To meet this need, we pull the best advice and information from dozens of TMS sources to tailor a continually-updated handbook to being a smart consumer."
CASH draws its material from financial experts and publications syndicated by TMS, including U.S. News and World Report, Kiplinger's Consumer News Service, Andrew Leckey's Successful Investing, and more.