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—Written By, and For, Millennials—

Washington, D.C. — Appealing to the next generation of readers, Kiplinger is introducing a new column that addresses the financial concerns of twenty- and thirtysomethings. Written by the millennials on the magazine’s staff, Millennial Money will tackle the issues that they and their peers are grappling with—from monthly budgeting to saving for retirement to student loan debt, which is the topic of the inaugural column.

Written by Lisa Gerstner, the magazine’s most seasoned millennial writer, How to Tame Your Student Loans provides advice to young people on how to not let the burden bar them from saving for their future.

“One of our top priorities is reaching a younger demographic,” said Mark Solheim, who took the reins as editor of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance in July. “Millennials, who are roughly 20 to 36 years old, number more than 75 million—and now out-number baby boomers. Amid all the financial obstacles that young people today face, the right mix of know-how and discipline will successfully get them to the financial finish line.”

Millennial Money’s first column can be read online and in the magazine’s January issue, on newsstands now. Future articles will be accessed at

For more information or to schedule an interview with a Kiplinger’s representative, please contact Kailey McGarvey at or 646-695-7046.

About Kiplinger
For nine decades, the Kiplinger organization has led the way in personal finance and business forecasting. Founded in 1920 by W.M. Kiplinger, the company developed one of the nation's first successful newsletters in modern times. The Kiplinger Letter, launched in 1923, remains the longest continuously published newsletter in the United States. In 1947, Kiplinger created the nation's first personal finance magazine. Located in the heart of our nation's capital, the Kiplinger editors remain dedicated to delivering sound, unbiased advice for your family and your business in clear, concise language. Become a fan of Kiplinger on Facebook or and follow Kiplinger on Twitter, LinkedIn and Tumblr.



Thursday, January 11, 2018