No. of Recommendations: 7
Back in the 1980s, I used to read Money Mag all the time, probably into the early 90s. It was a great magazine, like the Consumer Reports for financial issues. I learned a great deal from reading Money Mag. I stopped in the early 90s because it became a useless rag. I guess it decided that it was better to make money off financial ads than print stories about how ordinary folks don't really need to pay for financial advice. AARP has gone the way of Money Mag, shilling for the companies that provide it with revenue through ads or kickbacks. What a shame.
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