Uncover wealthy ways to begin 2017 with January's 'new look' Moneywise magazine

22 December 2016

Give your New Year finances a boost with the new look edition of Moneywise, which goes on sale in WHSmith today.

For just £3.95, we tell you how to earn 3% income on your Isa, give our expert fund picks, and reveal the winners of our Children’s Savings Awards 2017.

We also share 10 secrets from the top UK money bloggers, and investigate how to protect your money following Tesco Bank’s recent high profile cyber attack.

Plus, we give you the lowdown on how to get free life insurance and a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA).

There’s also a chance to win £5,000 for a school if you know an excellent personal finance teacher who you think should be awarded for their work.

January 2017 also sees us launch a new look for the magazine. Our art director, Mark Stammers, comments: “Having guided savers, spenders and investors for over twenty-six years Moneywise needed a design refresh that would take the title forward.

“The key word for the redesign is clarity. A clean and spacious feel to page layouts, making the most of available white space. This is aided by the introduction of some modern cut fonts. While retaining Utopia for the majority of the body copy due to its readability, Montserrat was introduced as a headline font in its light and black weights. Aleo was also introduced as an alternative headline font, as well as for use in box outs and pull quotes.

“The masthead of the title has also been updated using type based on the Montserrat font. The rounded “M” of the masthead mirrors the “W” and will allow us to use “MW” as a shorter branding element on web and social media pages.

“The overall redesign aims to complement the titles’ commitment to simplifying personal finance for all.” 

To ensure you never miss out on a copy of Moneywise, consider getting a subscription. Currently, we have an offer running where you can get the first three issues for £1, and then pay £7.50 every three months – saving you over 50% on the usual annual subscription price (£47.40). See our Subscriptions page for more information.

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