Tax Rules That Help You Invest? – Pay Off Debt Or Invest Early Series

(This is a post series on a complicated topic. I will be the first to say debt is an incredibly emotional concept and there is no “right answer” for anyone. Similar to my discussions around asset allocation to bonds/equities, each individual has to take stock of their own behavior when it comes to both debt and stock market volatility. Despite the above, I believe there is typically a theoretical optimal approach if an unemotional robot were to apply financial models

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What About Low Investment Returns and High Interest Rates? – Pay off Debt or Invest Early Series

(This is a post series on a complicated topic. I will be the first to say debt is an incredibly emotional concept and there is no “right answer” for anyone. Similar to my discussions around asset allocation to bonds/equities, each individual has to reflect on their own behavior when it comes to both debt and stock market volatility. These posts are not blanket advice on debt management to everyone. Despite the above, I believe there is typically a theoretical optimal

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The Rent To Own Retirement Plan – Pay Off Debt or Invest Early Series

(This is a post series on a complicated topic. I will be the first to say debt is an incredibly emotional concept and there is no “right answer” for anyone. Similar to my discussions around asset allocation to bonds/equities, each individual has to reflect on their own behavior when it comes to both debt and stock market volatility. These posts are not blanket advice on debt management to everyone. Despite the above, I believe there is typically a theoretical optimal

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Pay Off  Debt or Invest Early? The Intro

(This is a post series on a complicated topic. It will focus on traditional “good debt” forms such as student and mortgage debt. I will be the first to say debt is an incredibly emotional concept and there is no “right answer” for anyone. Similar to my discussions around asset allocation to bonds/equities, each individual has to reflect on their own behavior when it comes to both debt and stock market volatility. Despite the above, I believe there is typically

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