Print subscribers to the Financial Times have long enjoyed an advantage over more casual Web readers, and that is access to the FT’s magazine, “How to Spend It.” The luxury lifestyle weekly caters to that rarefied tax bracket likely to spend some of it on the FT. Those of us who restricted ourselves to a mere ten free articles a month (with registration) had to come up with our own ways to spend it, though increasing health care costs have simplified those decisions somewhat.
Your correspondent continues to scour the rest of the FT for ideas on “how to get it.”
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Kathy Gilsinan is the associate editor at World Politics Review