Don’t you just love form letters? I received one in the mail a few days ago from Citibank. Apparently, they’re thrilled to let me know about my new credit limit! We’re pleased to inform you that your new credit limit
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USA Today featured a story in the Money section entitled “Student loans are crushing new grads.” Cry me a river. As someone who has been paying on MY student loans since 1989, I’m just totally sorry. You took the money.
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