The Neiman Marcus Paradox: How dumb rich  MAY 13 2005

The Neiman Marcus Paradox: How dumb rich people end up in debt. "14 percent of people with more than $5 million in assets have credit-card balances [which is] mystifying since credit-card cash is perhaps the most expensive form of money legally available."

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