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Best of Consumerism Commentary, June 2009
Here are some of the most popular articles, based on total visitors, published on Consumerism Commentary in June. If you missed them this past month, take a look.
- Comparing the Visa Black Card With American Express Platinum and Centurion Cards
- Extending the $8,000 First-Time Home Buyer Credit to $15,000
- Savings Mistakes That Cost More in the Long Run
- Microsoft Money Will Be Discontinued
- What General Motors’ Bankruptcy Means For You
- Consumer Reports Exposes Cool Surge’s Misleading Claims
- Changes to Student Loans Coming July 1
- The Cash for Clunkers Program
- Savings and Checking Account Interest Rate Updates
- Citigroup Employees to Receive 50% Pay Raise
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Updated June 24, 2016 and originally published July 3, 2009.