Who thinks you may have meant k instead of m, but still thinks you are in pretty good shape with over $750k in assets... Actually, Fuskie, in banking at least, "m" means thousands and "mm" means millions. He may be in finance. Only the media use "k" for thousand that I know of. Oh, and scientists, statisticians, etc.3MMjust for clarification
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