Kiplinger.com Launches New Basics Center: Personal Finance 101 - How to Invest, Manage Your Money and Spend Wisely

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Kiplinger.com (http://www.Kiplinger.com), the leader in personal finance advice and business forecasting, announces the launch of its new Basics Center (http://www.kiplinger.com/moneybasics/). The Basics Center provides visitors with access to a comprehensive multimedia online library of personal finance advice.

It's Personal Finance 101, the liveliest and most authoritative collection of trusted advice on the Web

    The Basics Center creates a foundation for readers to learn about personal finance through components such as:

-- Key sections including The Basics of Investing, Money Management, Credit & Debt, Home, Family Finances, College, Retirement, Insurance, Estate Planning, Taxes and Spending Wisely.

-- A new and innovative series of Basics videos, culled from Kiplinger personal finance books, Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine and in which popular columnists such as Kim Lankford, Janet Bodnar, Mary Beth Franklin and Kevin McCormally provide five things visitors should know about everything from auto insurance to tax audits.

-- Specialized Basics tools and calculators on everything from creating a household budget to saving enough for a comfortable retirement.

"It's Personal Finance 101, the liveliest and most authoritative collection of trusted advice on the Web," says Doug Harbrecht, director of New Media at Kiplinger.com. "We hope our visitors will bookmark the site and use it as a resource whenever they need it."

About Kiplinger

Kiplinger.com (http://www.kiplinger.com) offers the same great advice that appears in Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine, plus additional features that include interactive tools and calculators, daily personal finance features, stock and mutual fund quotes, Web-only columns offering timely insights into today's trends, personal finance tutorials, and up-to-the-minute business news from the new Kiplinger Business Resource Center. Founded in 1920 by W.M. Kiplinger, the Kiplinger organization developed one of the nation's first successful newsletters in modern times. In 1947, the company launched the nation's first personal finance magazine, Kiplinger's Personal Finance. Recently, the Kiplinger organization was named one of the "World's Most Ethical Companies" List by Ethisphere Magazine, and was nominated a 2007 finalist in the MINs Best of the Web awards for the redesign/relaunch of Kiplinger.com.

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