I received in the mail yesterday a "letter" from Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine telling me that my subscription has expired. But if I act before January 28th I can still renew at the "special" rate of $14.97 for one year, $26.97 for two years, or $37.97 for three years.
As my readers here know, I have already resubscribed for $8.97 for one year. It just so happens that I also got my first issue of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine that I subscribed to for $8.97.
They also gave me the opportunity to extend that subscription for another year at the cost of only $8.97.
I think I will drop my extended subscription check in the mail this afternoon!