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Availability: Usually ships in 1 to 3 months
First Issue Lead Time: 6-10 weeks
Issues Per Year: 12
Magazine Type: Consumer magazine
Number Of Issues: 12
Publisher: Hearst Magazines
Sales Rank: 88
Subscription Length: 365 days




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Customer Reviews
Average Rating:  out of 5 stars

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars - Better than I had imagined!
I purchased a value-package of this magazine and Kiplinger's, and I've been thrilled with both. About 20% of the articles and info are over my head, but the balance is understandable, helpful, and easily applied to my average money management skills. I've since ordered a SmartMoney subscription for three friends and relatives!



Rating: 2 out of 5 stars - Good magazine, very poor customer service
I have subscriptions to Forbes, Smart Money, Money and Fortune. Out of all 4, i like Forbes and Fortune the most, because they seem to give details also on the backgrounds of the companies they are presenting as good buys. Even if Smart Money is not as good as these magazines, it is still well worth the money and provides a cheaper alternative to the beginner investor.

My main problem with Smart Money was not their writing, but their way of doing business. I made a one year subscription ... Read More



Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - The Benchmark for Financial Magazines
Simply the best -- this magazine is very well laid out- not busy like Money seems to be, has some intermediate technical analysis, covers a great range of financial issues including new stock pics (performance of which which they track over time), mutual funds, financial managers/discount and full service broker comparisons, bonds, tax and retirement issues, travel, just the right amount (minimal) of tech product reviews, and a monthly car review/comparison.

I appreciate the focus on bargain ... Read More



Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - SmartMoney
Great financial analysis, insight and tips. Smarter than Money or Kiplinger's......



Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - Nice magazine, geared toward the average consumer.
Great magazine. The editors are somehow able to keep it timely although it is a monthly magazine. It does a great job of addressing the needs of baby boomers. Definitely one of the top ten magazines I recommend to my clients.



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