Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine Subscription for $6.99 – New or Renewal

by Sean Bryant on August 12, 2015

Today only you can get up to a two year subscription to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine for just $6.99. Use coupon code OneSmartDollar at checkout. This is good for new or renewal subscriptions.  You can also give this magazine as a gift.

Discount Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine

This deal will expire at 11:59 PM EST on November 13, 2015.

About Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine provides affluent readers with the information they need to make smart decisions about their money. Each issue includes intelligent reporting on investments, taxes, insurance, paying for college, planning for retirement, home ownership, major purchases such as cars and computers and other personal finance topics.

Not interested in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine? You can use coupon code OneSmartDollar and save 20% off other magazine titles.

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Sean Bryant

Sean Bryant created in 2011 to help pass along his knowledge of finance and economics to others. After graduating from the University of Iowa with a degree in economics he worked as a construction superintendent before jumping into the world of finance. Sean has worked on the trade desk for a commodities brokerage firm, he was a project manager for an investment research company and was a CDO analyst at a big bank. That being said he brings a good understanding of the finance field to the One Smart Dollar community. When not working Sean and he wife are avid world travelers. He enjoys spending time with his daughter Colette and dog Charlie.
  • Veronica @ Pelican on Money

    Hey! Nice deal. I’m curious though, how did you manage to get a discount set up through your website?

    • I have been working with the company for a couple of years through another one of my websites

  • That’s a pretty great deal! I used to love Kiplingers. I’m holding out for a deal on Smart Money.

  • Nice! Unfortunately I don’t think I would have time to read the magazine, so I will pass. Appreciate you passing the offer along, tho.

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