It’s the still the economy, as Time launches a personal finance website

It’s the still the economy, as Time launches a personal finance website

TIME magazine has launched MoneyLand, a new comprehensive personal finance website, and an extension of time.com.

The site, which went live on June 1, offers news and analyses of financial hot topics including investments, consumer issues, banking, debt, real estate, health care, the psychology of money, entrepreneurship and education funding.  Visitors also will find more in-depth articles involving investigations, stories and guides.

At a time when the economy is still top-of-mind for most Americans, the magazine said it is “fitting that Time is dedicating more bandwidth to the issue of who we are economically.”  It is the latest entry into the increasing field of online personal finance sites, such as SmartMoney.com.

Editor Scott Medintz, scott_medintz@timemagazine.com, is leading the new online venture, applying his experience as a former senior editor at MONEY magazine.  Find Moneyland at http://moneyland.time.com.

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