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Published July 16, 2013 1:01 am
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For more than 50 years I have looked forward to The Tribune's Sunday business section.

It was full of advice and tips on money and finances. I learned about budgeting, investing, taxes and meeting other money-management challenges.

Today, July 14, the Sunday Money section consists of six pages. There are four articles, only two dealing with finance. That covers a page and a half.

Half a page is devoted to a TV Tonight schedule. One and a half pages go to games and the Horoscope. Two and a half pages advertise cruises and tours.

Your Sunday Money section is a joke. You might as well add the comics.

Janette Trottier





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