I’ve been a big fan of both Joshua Becker (BecomingMinimalist.com) and Brian Gardner (NoSidebar.com) for years as a reader of their various sites, books, and digital magazine, Simplify Magazine.
Today I want to tell you about their new online publication called, Simple Money.
What is Simple Money?
This newish publication is not a how-to investing guide. Nor does it focus on the latest buzzwords of the personal-finance sector. Instead, it’s a magazine with practical, down-to-earth articles on managing money.
Simple Money is a quarterly, digital publication aiming to provide “simple, practical financial advice for the modern family.” The magazine clearly focuses on the reader by being ad-free.
It features expert contributors writing practical, helpful content for the American family.
Each article is chosen, not for a click-bait headline, but because it contains information anyone can benefit from. Every issue of Simple Money Magazine features 8-10 contributors in the field, each addressing everyday financial topics and needs.
The publication is now on its 5th issue, with No. 6 coming in November 2019.
In issue No. 5, articles include:
- Financial Advice You Can Ignore —Kate Dore
- A Simple Guide to Investing in Real Estate
- The Joy of Living Within Your Means —Joshua Becker
- Stop Playing Rich —Kelvin Wong
- and more!
The first issue (which you can obtain for free) contains amazing articles on everything from how to have a happy money relationship, to common money mistakes smart people make, getting out of debt as a couple, and more.
- Separating Your Work, Your Income, and Your Job, by Vicki Robin, one of the authors of the money classic Your Money or Your Life.
- You Can’t Buy Your Way to Better Habits – Kristin Wong
- Living the Debt-Free Dream —Cherie Lowe
- Joshua Becker also shares the terrific piece, Your Biggest Expense is Your Greatest Opportunity in the inaugural issue.
I think you’ll be hooked after reading all these excellent pieces.
How do I Get Simple Money?
Simple Money Magazine offers each issue for just $6 or a lifetime subscription for only $25, and you get access to all issues—past, present, and future!
You can grab the first issue for free here.
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