Books : S&P bind-in card?? Watch

Jammy16
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Ok , so im buying some books for uni and i came across two of the same book but one had S&P bind-in card next to the title . Does anyone know what this means? and what the difference is between the books?
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Are you studying a business or finance course, by any chance?

A bind-in card is one of those subscription cards found in magazines. In the case of the book you came across, it's either for a subscription for a Standard & Poors service (a credit rating agency) or perhaps a card that explains different ratings of debt

I'm thinking it's probably more the former
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(Original post by tigermoth99)
Are you studying a business or finance course, by any chance?

A bind-in card is one of those subscription cards found in magazines. In the case of the book you came across, it's either for a subscription for a Standard & Poors service (a credit rating agency) or perhaps a card that explains different ratings of debt

I'm thinking it's probably more the former
Thanks for the reply , yeah i am . What one should i go for?
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No probs. Go for the standard edition (unless you want/feel like you need the card)

There shouldn't be any other differences between the two and it might be cheaper, even.
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