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Personal finance from around the Web on Monday:

  • Beauty is in the eye of the beholder? American Medical Association persuaded senate to add a 10 percent tanning tax in place of the 5 percent tax proposal on elective cosmetic surgery. [Washington Wire WSJ Blog]
  • A South Dakota bank is offering a card to high-risk consumers to help them rebuild their credit. But it comes with one little catch: a 79.9% interest rate, the highest on the market. [Argus Leader]
    • Goldman Sachs releases its commodities outlook for 2010. The investment banking powerhouse expects oil to hit $90, and gold to climb to $1,350. [The Pragmatic Capitalist]

    Additional reporting by Tania Chen.

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