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My Financial Career

With apologies to Stephen Leacock

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I often get a bit rattled when I enter a bank. I suppose it has something to do with being in the presence of all that wealth and financial expertise.

Yet I continue to visit my local financial institution. After all, if I am to enhance my savings, what better place to do so than at a bank?




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