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"Bottom Line" magazine: Anybody get it here?
Old 12-29-2007, 02:32 PM   #1
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"Bottom Line" magazine: Anybody get it here?

I am sending off for the free 6 copies to see if it is worth it, but does anyone here take it? Any opinions on it?

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DW gets it. I think she gets the Nutrition or Health one or something. I have found the financial ones to be pretty vanilla, almost Suze Orman like...........

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I am sending off for the free 6 copies to see if it is worth it, but does anyone here take it? Any opinions on it?
I got the same offer for 6 free. I have gotten copies before from a friend. I enjoy it--many times learn little tidbits I would never run across elsewhere.

For free what do we have to lose? Don't think I would pay for a subscription though, normal price is not cheap enough.
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We have been getting Bottom Line and their companion publicaton for Health (name excapes me) for at least 5 years.
While there is a lot of vanila info, I always pick up one or two useful tidbits.
The Health version always has some good stuff that I just don't anywhere.
They also offer a Retirement version which we have tried and did not find much beyond the regular Bottomline so stuck with it.
For the price, we think we get more than our money worth.
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