Cash: A Weekly Guide to Taking Charge of Your Finances Kindle Edition
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Also there have been several cases of publication errors, where an issue contains duplicate articles from the previous issue. This happened with the Jan 30, 2009 issue, which contains duplicate articles from Jan 23, 2009. Same thing happened in December last year.
The articles seem very light and short on substance. I had high hopes about this magazine because of the apparent similarities to the excellent magazine Opinionated, which is from the same publisher and has the same publication model. But Cash doesn't even come close.
However, after a couple more issues, I became very disappointed. It seemed like the editors ran out of ideas for articles about money and finance due to the amount of completely unrelated articles. In the last issue before i cancelled, i read one short article total. The rest had no appeal at all to me. It took me less than five minutes start to finish to scan through the magazine and read the single semi-appealing article. I don't expect to enjoy every article in any magazine, but the problem here is the finance articles seemed to dry up, and some of the other articles seemed to be no different than something i could make up in 15 minutes to fill up a page.
I hope this changes in the future, but until then, I will be sticking with my normal financial blogs that I read. They are mostly independent, some focus on simple budgeting tips, others get into the details of complex investment strategies, but the main goal for me is a little of everything. Some topics are easy to read and absorb, and others really put your mind to work. But the end result is always learning without burning out ... *that* is what I was hoping "Cash" would turn out to be.
Another reason I like the format is because I read a lot and can scan the material and pull what I want to read from it.
I rated 4 out of 5 stars because I just started subscribing to this magazine and have read some of the articles before in other publications.
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