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Photo of the Latest Issue of Reader's Digest, Telling Readers How to Find Money

Oh Snap! Bankrupt Reader's Digest Has an Irony Surplus


Reader's Digest might be filing for bankruptcy, but the 87-year-old publication still has a steady flow of irony. A cover on newsstands right now promises to share the best advice on how to "find money." I guess the company hasn't read its own magazine. Would you miss Reader's Digest if it were forced to fold?

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KMattes KMattes 8 years
So true. I have such good memories reading RD at my grandparents house that my grandma bought me a subscription and I never let it lapse. But their recent "make over" is just...blah.
J-Rabbit J-Rabbit 8 years
haha
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 8 years
I'm with CaterpillarGirl -- my thoughts exactly.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 8 years
I used to be a subscriber up untill the past year, Its not the readers digest i grew up loving. I dont care if it folds.
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