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Credit card debt first!

Credit card debt first!


My clients will often ask me how to spend a sudden windfall. Bonus at work, stimulus check, any “extra” cash they weren’t counting on.


I will usually advise them to pay off credit card debt.


More than 45% of families report having a balance since their last payment.


If you have the money, get rid of your debt.


Watch that ever-growing interest rate slide down the drain… aaah, that feels good.


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