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Stumbled across this question: http://money.stackexchange.com/questions/774/what-is-the-difference-between-good-debt-vs-bad-debt which was migrated from the SE 1.0 basicallymoney.com site.

I believe it was a bounty based on the text "Note: This question is a Bounty FAQ. More info here."

Is there a strategy for migrating bounty questions? Is that information lost in the migration? If so, I think we should plan to scour the seeded questions to remove traces of "bounty".

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