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Edition: Thirty - sixth Edition, Paperback, Bunac
Last Update 21.05.2013 23:35
Customer Moneywise Reviews (4)
by - written on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
While browsing moneysavingexpert.com I noticed an offer for a free Moneywise magazine and as I am trying to get wise with money, it seemed the ideal mag for me! I received a free copy in January, which should have cost £3.50. It is packed full of information on taking care of your money, for the rest of your life. Moneywise is about the same size as a sheet of A4 paper. It has a glossy cover, packed full of headings, letting you know exactly what's inside. The January copy is 76 pages long and it looks and feels like a quality magazine. Inside is a well laid out index which is split into the following sections and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/08 (Very useful, 250 readings)
I have to admit at the outset that I received a copy of Moneywise free of charge and am rather glad that I did not pay the cover price of £4.25, although it is a worthwhile magazine for certain people which is why I have awarded four stars. The front cover of the October issue shows a photograph of seven people, presumably members of three different generations of one family, all with beaming smiles. It gives the impression that the magazine is intended for all ages, and that it will solve all your problems, although it is in fact advertising an article aimed at showing couples supporting both children and elderly parents how to survive. Moneywise, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/08 (Very useful, 97 readings)
What with the credit crunch here, finding life a struggle more and more each day and trying to make ends meet I decided to purchase a magazine called "Moneywise" after being referred to it by a friend. Moneywise is a magazine aimed at anyone with a slight interest in money or anyone who wants to learn how they can cut back and help make their money stretch further. This magazine is currently retailing at £4.25 but is slightly more difficult to get hold of as it cannot be bought in every newsagents instead it can only be purchased in specialist newsagents like WH Smith. It has an easy to identify cover with the clear, white title emblazoned ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/09 (Useful, 10 readings)
I got my first copy of Moneywise free of charge as part of a promotion they were doing in conjunction with the Moneysavingexpert site, this offer is often repeated so it would be worth checking. The magazine is packed with information on how, as the magazine title suggests, to be wise with your money. It has information on consumer law as well. Of course it also contains the best buys at the time of going to press- but as they change so often these days- you would still need to do the work on checking rates. It is well worth getting as a one off if you have money to invest and I very much enjoyed reading the whole mag - or most of it. But if I was being wise with my ... Read the complete review
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