MoneySense has a new look
Take a look at our new site.
Take a look at our new site.
We have exciting news: MoneySense has made some upgrades. The core of what we do will stay the same—we’ll continue to bring you high-quality content from the best financial experts in Canada—but we have a fresh new look.
We want you to have the best possible experience on our site, whether you’re reading one of our Ask MoneySense columns, checking our rankings for credit cards or investment accounts, using one of our mortgage calculators, or anything in between. We are not changing our approach to personal finance journalism: a paywall-free website offering the most comprehensive and high-quality personal finance content for Canadians, written by certified professionals and professional journalists. Our goal, every day, is to give you access to actionable information that’s easy to understand. As we say on all our social channels: It pays to know.
We’ve changed our brand colours and font style to improve readability. Our new look is bright, modern and easy on the eyes. You’ll also see these changes reflected in upcoming newsletters. (Sign up now.)
We’ve also made it easier for you to find the articles and tools you’re looking for. That means changing our menu structure to be more intuitive. If you can’t find the information you need, we encourage you to send us your feedback and/or send your question to [email protected].
But we aren’t stopping there. Expect more improvements to come.
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Still the magazine. 🙂 But loving the website!
I still MISS the magazine. But love the website and emailed newsletter.
While I miss the former print magazine version of Moneysense — it was proof that financial literacy can be as engaging as it is informative — and regularly gave gift subs to friends and family, I am glad to see this change in the website. The old one, with its dark colours, was not especially attractive. I would like to see the new-look site come with some changes to the editorial content. While the more service-oriented journalism typical of the old site has its place, it was material just as readily found elsewhere and lacked a “voice.” Here’s to more long-form and feature articles, a column or two from financial journalists, and otherwise just some of the spirit of the old, greatly missed, print Moneysense.
I really miss the magazine and wish it would make a comeback