Money magazine is a magazine that offers readers tips and tricks on how to intelligently invest and manage your money. Money magazine is rated the number one personal finance magazine around the globe.
Money magazine aims to help readers be wise with their money by giving advice about every financial component of life. Whether that’s by producing articles on how to budget, investments, or tracking spending, after reading what Money magazine has to offer you won’t have to worry about figuring out how to be smart with your money. Within the pages of Money magazine you will find resources that will help you learn how to make better decisions with your money.
With the advice from the writers and contributors of Money magazine, you can take the steps necessary to turn yourself into a money managing pro. Money magazine gives readers information and statistics on stocks, mutual funds and other types of investments so that you can learn to make the most of your money.
You might also come across articles and columns that will help your financial future, such as how to manage your credit cards, taxes and different ways to save your money.
You don’t have to have an extensive knowledge of finances in order to understand what Money magazine has to offer. Money magazine will break down and teach you the basics to money management. Money Magazine is for anyone who has an interest in learning more about finances.
Diane Harris works as the editor of Money magazine and has held a number of different positions with the company for almost 20 years. In addition to Money magazine, she has worked at Parenting, AARP Magazine as a contributing editor. She has also worked as a senior editor for Working Women and Financial World. She attended Vassar College to earn a Bachelors degree in American Culture and then later went to Columbia University- Graduate School of Journalism to earn her Masters in Journalism.
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Paul J. Lim is the assistant managing editor for Money Magazine and has held that title for more than 8 years. Prior to becoming a senior editor, he worked as a reporter and staff writer for Money. He also worked for the Los Angeles Times as a writer and columnist for a personal finance column. He graduated from Princeton University to earn a Bachelors in politics and the University of Pennsylvania to obtain a Masters degree.
In April of 2006 Margaret Magnarelli joined the Money Magazine staff as an editor. She is in charge of editing stories and articles on real estate and health. Before joining the money staff, she held a senior editor position at Budget Living and a featured editor position at Good Housekeeping. When she was 17 she started her career working as an editorial assistant later working up to becoming an assistant and associate editor. You could see some of her articles published in a wide range of magazines from Cosmopolitan, Modern Bride, and Ladies’ Home Journal. She went to Northwestern University and earned a Bachelors degree in Journalism and a Masters in magazine publishing.
George Mannes has been working as a senior editor for Money magazine for 11 years. He is in charge of the the printed magazine’s Retire section, supervising the video on the website and the “Adviser and Client” section on the website. Prior to working at Money he was a senior writer for TheStreet.com a reporter for the New York Daily News, and a writer and editor for the Video Review magazine. He attended Dartmouth College to obtain his Bachelors degree in religion.
Pat Regnier is the assistant managing editor of Money Magazine and has been in that position for 8 years. He collaborates with the editor in chief and the executive editor to think of ideas for features in the printed publication. He also writes as a columnist for the Money website. He works with the many writers and reporters to help produce lengthy articles that will be featured in the magazine. Some of his featured publications have also been featured in Fortune magazine and another Time publication. He is also currently responsible for editing the Market and Finance section of the Bloomberg Businessweek publication. Prior to working with Bloomberg Businessweek and Money Magazine, he was a senior writer for Time magazine, a senior writer and editor for Money, and an analyst for Morningstar. He went to University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign to earn his Bachelors in Journalism.
For over 26 years Penelope Wang has been working for Money Magazine as an editor. She is responsible for reporting on topics such as retirement, mutual funds, college planning and so many more topics regarding personal finance. Before her time at Money magazine, she worked as a staff writer for Forbes magazine and a writer/reporter for Newsweek. She attended Swarthmore College to earn her Bachelors degree and later went on to receive a Masters from Columbia University-School of International and Public Affairs.