Sullivan, Kate
March 2009
Allure;Mar2009, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p52
The article presents statistics on money-related topics including the amount paid for a Double Eagle coin at a 2002 auction, number of months the average American $20 bill is in circulation, and percentage of American women ages 21 to 34 who say they are in charge of balancing their family checkbook.


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