Bottom Line/Personal Magazine
Bottom Line/Personal is a business and finance magazine (in a shorter newsletter format) that offers the most useful, accurate, expert answers to the many challenging questions individuals face in their personal lives today.More Info >>
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About Bottom Line/Personal
Referred to as a consumer newsletter, Bottom Line/Personal has been in publication since March 1980. Its goal has always been -- and continues to be -- to help people of all ages by sharing expert advice on common but challenging issues they face in their personal lives.
Writers pose the tough questions related to money, health, travel, family and such to their large pool of experts at Bottom Line. They then report back with insider perspectives to help readers navigate their world, saving time and money along the way.
Some of the topics covered in Bottom Line/Personal include: planning for retirement, raising children, taxes, investing, selling a home, avoiding illness, building a career, enriching relationships, home maintenance, health, traveling, finances and so much more.
Past informational articles were titled: The Medicare Advantage Trap; The Groundbreaking Alzheimer's Prevention Diet; 11 Surprising Ways to Shed Pounds; 7 Affordable Kitchen Fix-Ups; Expand Your 401(k) Options; Appraiser Shortage Complicates Home Sales; Natural Remedies for Common Foot Problems; 8 Fall Lawn-Care Mistakes; Sharpen Your Perception, Change Your Life; Warren Buffett's Book List; and 5 Ways to Get Through Airport Security Faster.
As their tagline says, "Our experts, your bottom line!"
Individuals who are interested in learning more about a variety of topics that can enrich their personal lives will enjoy a subscription to Bottom Line/Personal!
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Most Liked Positive Review
Quick snips of timely tips
I subscribed to this newsletter for years, and unintentionally let it lapse. I'm resubscribing because nothing else comes close to covering so many subjects (health, investing, tax advice, home maintenance, shopping, ...Read complete review
I subscribed to this newsletter for years, and unintentionally let it lapse. I'm resubscribing because nothing else comes close to covering so many subjects (health, investing, tax advice, home maintenance, shopping, +, +, +) so succinctly OR with such timely, late-breaking news. It's like having your own personal editor reviewing all the latest trade journals and papers as soon as they're published, and distilling the data into short, clear summaries. And it's objective; advice is culled from experts and trusted professionals in their respective fields. Results of clinical trials that suggest health benefits or warnings contain references to the actual published results, without dramatic staging. And their data often precedes the same news hitting the mainstream media by a month or two--or more. I read each weekly edition, cover-to-cover, in about 1/2 hour, but many years considering, discussing, practicing, and passing on to others what I've read. It's been my best source of real-world-smarts.
Most Liked Negative Review
Great but I hate all the junk mail!!!!
This is a great newsletter with tons of little detail info as well as longer researched articles by experts. The only problem is that it generates ENDLESS amounts of other junk mail, mostly offers ...Read complete review
This is a great newsletter with tons of little detail info as well as longer researched articles by experts. The only problem is that it generates ENDLESS amounts of other junk mail, mostly offers for other newsletters they publish. There is no way to stop it and I got tired of finding my mailbox stuffed with phony newsletter looking offers to sign up for more. If there was any way to just get Bottom Line Personal and stop the rest, I would recommend it to everyone!! But the extra junk mail isn't worth it.
Reviewed by 15 customers
- Useful Info Time To Time
- Occasionally Dated Info
- Unauth Address Change
Keep it in briefcase for filler reading when time allows.
- Engaging Articles
- Insightful Analysis
- Quality Photos
- Up-To-Date Content
- Well Written Articles
- Older Readers
- Travel Reading
Good for all ages! I enjoy it (at 46) and my 70 something parents love it too!
Special edition, Winter 2012, page 3: ridiculous to assume a Roth IRA would ever yield 10% (ten percent!) interest! I can't take this article serious and that reflects on the entire magazine.
Doesn't take long to get thru and contains valuable info in many fields.
I have subscribed to this magazine for 15 years and it has never disappointed me. It gives timely advice in a number of areas and sites references if you desire additional information. It is published twice a month and I read every issue as soon as I receive it. One of the few publications I have given as gifts.
Promises to refund cost if requested cancelation in first year. Requested a cancelation but the magazine keeps coming and I haven't got my money back.
Every issue of Bottom Line/Personal has been of value! Excellent references on topics very interested: finances, relationships, traveling, and etc.!
Bottom Line/Personal is a very good magazine. Interesting and helpful information are presented on a wide variety of topics in a very readable manner.
Bottom Line/Personal is pricey, but is published twice a month and pays for itself in the first six months of the subscription. It provides tips and information in hundreds of areas from financial to health and safety news. One of the few things I spend money on each year that I fell pays me back.
Bottom Line/Personal newsletter covers a wide range of topics from health tips to personal finance. It has proved very useful.