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Maybe you’ve heard the news that Money has ceased publishing its print magazine. What may come as a surprise is that nearly 400,000 former Money magazine subscribers are now receiving Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. (If you are new to the Kiplinger family, welcome.) The shuttering of Money magazine means Kiplinger’s Personal Finance is the last monthly magazine standing in the personal finance category.

What happened? Back in the 1990s, personal finance was a hot category. There were more than a dozen personal finance and investing magazines, including SmartMoney, Worth, Family Money, Individual Investor and Mutual Funds magazine. Business magazines such as Business Week, Forbes and Fortune and even lifestyle magazines began publishing financial advice, too.

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Mark Solheim
Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance

Mark became editor of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine in July 2017. Prior to becoming editor, he was the Money and Living sections editor and, before that, the automotive writer. He has also been editor of Kiplinger.com as well as the magazine's managing editor, assistant managing editor and chief copy editor. Mark has also served as president of the Washington Automotive Press Association. In 1990 he was nominated for a National Magazine Award. Mark earned a B.A. from University of Virginia and an M.A. in Writing from Johns Hopkins University. Mark lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife, and they spend as much time as possible in their Glen Arbor, Mich., vacation home.