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Worth is an American financial, wealth management and lifestyle magazine founded in 1986[1] and re-launched by Sandow in 2009.[2] The magazine addresses financial, legal and lifestyle issues for high-net-worth individuals. Each issue is organized into four sections: "Make" focuses on making money and entrepreneurship; "Grow" centers on wealth management and investing; "Live" highlights philanthropy, lifestyle and passion investing; and "Creator" covers luxury products, services and experiences.[3]

Worth
FormatMagazine
Owner(s)Sandow
EditorRichard Bradley
Founded1986
LanguageEnglish
HeadquartersNew York City
Circulation125,000
ISSN1931-9908
Websitewww.worth.com

DistributionEdit

Worth is mailed six times a year to individuals listed on a proprietary database of high-net-worth households in major markets, including: the New York metropolitan area, Fairfield County, the Delaware Valley, Boston, Chicago, South Florida, Dallas, Houston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Orange County, and more than 5,000 executives at registered invested investment advisors (RIAs) with assets under management of $100 million or greater, as well as 300 multifamily offices (MFOs) nationwide.

The magazine is also available on some newsstands. Worth has an advertising rate base of 125,000 and is audited by BPA Worldwide.[4]

Worth Power 100Edit

Launched in 2010, Worth assembles an annual list of The 100 Most Powerful People in Finance. They named President of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, finance's most powerful person in 2012. Former titleholders include Apple Inc. CEO, Tim Cook (2011) and U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, Ben Bernanke (2010).

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Worth charges financial advisors $2500 per month for advertorial content to appear in each bimonthly issue.[5]

AwardsEdit

Folio Magazine’s Eddie & Ozzie Awards[citation needed]

  • 2012: Gold, Silver and Bronze for Best Cover
  • 2011: Gold for the Best Cover
  • 2010: Gold for Best Redesign Society of Publication Designers
  • 2010: Gold for Best Redesign

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Defunct or Suspended Magazines, 2003". The Association of Magazine Media. Retrieved December 13, 2015.
  2. ^ Furniture Today [1] Retrieved August 5, 2013
  3. ^ Worth [2] Retrieved August 6, 2013
  4. ^ Worth [3] Retrieved August 6, 2013
  5. ^ RIAbiz [4] Retrieved August 6, 2013

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