About Publisher's Auxiliary

Publishers' Auxiliary (Pub Aux) is the only national publication serving America's community newspapers. First published in 1865, Publishers' Auxiliary is also the oldest newspaper serving the newspaper industry. Get your 2014 media planner here.

It is a must-read for those in the community newspaper business. It provides valuable and up-to-date information and ideas on the management, operation and production of community newspapers. It is also a valuable source of information about public policy and other issues affecting community newspapers.

Publishers' Auxiliary is also an excellent advertising vehicle for those who sell to newspapers and small businesses. The paper is read by decision makers, many of whom own multiple newspapers.

A digital archive of Publishers' Auxiliary back issues is now available in an interactive online version from Pressmart. This new e-Edition features automated continuation of articles, active links to all websites and e-mails referenced in the publication, quick-find searches, page specific viewing, e-mail notification and more.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Publishers' Auxiliary staff:

Wendy MacDonald
Sales Consultant
Trade Show, Advertising & Sponsorship Sales
913-461-3721
wendy@nna.org

Stan Schwartz
Managing Editor
573-777-4981
stan@nna.org 

 



 

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Contributors

Regular contributors to Publishers' Auxiliary.

Revocable living trust versus multi-generational IRA

December 10, 2013

During the past three years, I have heard many questions about the need for a Revocable Living Trust (RLT), especially from those whose major assets are their IRAs (or other retirement plans such as 401ks or 403bs) and their primary house. This article will compare the advantages and disadvantages of the RLT versus the multi-generational IRA.

Photo contest

Publishers' Auxiliary is accepting entries for its next quarterly photo contest. There is no entry fee. Photos should be from within the last year from the contest deadline. Please indicate whether the photo should be entered into the news, feature or sports category. The first place winners in each category will receive personalized coffee mugs with their winning photos on them or a poster-size reprint of their photo.

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