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March 26, 2004

“Money, it’s a crime. Share it fairly but don’t take a slice of my pie.”
animfactory20dollars.gif There are the 6 types of millionaires. Which Wealth Personality are you? Satisfied Savers, Status Chasers, Altruistic Achievers, Secret Succeeders, Disengaged Inheritors or Deal Masters?

Get it Straight From the Horse's Mouth: “Art of Money Getting” or, Golden Rules for Making Money by P. T. Barnum (1880)

What happened to the original 12 companies in the DJIA?

Authentic Shredded U.S. Currency

What is Money’s relative Value? You can make this computation among all the years between 1789 and the present.

Fun Money: Prank bills & collectibles (Please do not use at Walmart), and Currency Tissue for those who wish they had so much cash, they could wipe with it

Who is J.S.G. Boggs? J.S.G. Boggs is an artist who has consistently employed the image of money in his art since 1984, when he first accidentally “spent”(1) a drawing of a one-dollar bill. J.S.G. Boggs’s rules: He draws money: francs when in Switzerland, dollars in the U.S., pound notes when in England. He doesn’t sell his drawings. That’s rule number one. Instead he “spends” them. That’s rule number two.

Butterflies out of banknotes

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March 26, 2004 in Money & Finances | Permalink


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