2023 Kiplinger Readers' Choice Awards Results

The results are in for the Kiplinger Readers’ Choice Awards — celebrating the best products and services in personal finance.

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We asked Kiplinger readers for their opinions about financial services companies, and boy, did they deliver. More than 2,600 readers responded to our survey, and you can benefit from their collective knowledge and experience as we’re sharing the results here.

Customers who use credit cards, banks, brokers, insurance companies, and other financial entities have everyday experiences that can help others make beneficial choices when pooled together and shared. Earlier this year, we conducted a survey, asking readers to rate several financial products and services based on such criteria as their experience with customer service representatives, how likely they are to recommend the providers to others, and how satisfied they are overall with the companies or services. Our awards recognize excellence in everything from credit cards, banks, and brokers to insurers, tax software, and financial apps.

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Lisa Gerstner
Editor, Kiplinger Personal Finance magazine

Lisa has been the editor of Kiplinger Personal Finance since June 2023. Previously, she spent more than a decade reporting and writing for the magazine on a variety of topics, including credit, banking and retirement. She has shared her expertise as a guest on the Today Show, CNN, Fox, NPR, Cheddar and many other media outlets around the nation. Lisa graduated from Ball State University and received the school’s “Graduate of the Last Decade” award in 2014. A military spouse, she has moved around the U.S. and currently lives in the Philadelphia area with her husband and two sons.