What is Mylo?
Mylo is a login and account service that we use to allow customers to manage their profiles, subscriptions, and purchases. Mylo accounts are free and can be used to sign in to any of our websites. With Mylo, you are in control of how your profile information is used. It is only shared with the websites you choose to sign in to, in order to create your account with each website.
Can I login with my Facebook, Google or Apple Sign in?
Yes, you can link your Mylo login with your social login option (Facebook, Google or Apple). Please click here to connect your Mylo Account (opens in new tab).
Is Mylo ID safe?
Your profile is confidential and only shared when you choose.
The Mylo privacy notice is broadly drafted to capture potential uses. This is not an uncommon practice. Mylo does not do anything advertising related with consumer data, and does not share it with any party other than the brand which the user directs Mylo to share their data with, in order to sign them in.
Mylo does not:
- Send users any marketing emails
- Sell or display third-party advertisements
- Give user information/sell data to third parties
The only thing Mylo does is:
- Store the user’s account data
- Display a brand’s privacy notice to the user
- At the user’s direction, provides the user’s account to the brand in order to create an account for the user and sign them in
I am logged in but still can't access my publications
Try to log out and then log back in. The logout link is the last item under the My Kiplinger dropdown.
How can I reset my site access password?
Visit the Forgot Password (opens in new tab) page to reset your site access password.
How can I change my email?
To change your email, please click here to go to your Mylo Account page (opens in new tab).
How can I change my password?
To change your password, please click here to go to your Mylo Account Settings (opens in new tab).
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