Big payments on credit card debts, student loans and mortgages eat away at how much you can save or invest. A sense of obligation or even guilt can dissuade people from opening an investment account and funding their retirement portfolios before these debts are paid off. That could be a costly mistake.Lots of people make a mistake when they pay off debt before investing. Here’s when to tackle your debt first, and when to invest before digging out of debt.
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