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View Poll Results: Extra cash...invest or pay off loans?
Invest 100% 1 3.57%
Invest 75% + Pay loans 25% 0 0%
Invest 50% + Pay loans 50% 3 10.71%
Invest 25% + Pay loans 75% 3 10.71%
Pay loans 100% 21 75.00%
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Old 01-27-2011, 06:08 AM   #31
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I don't.
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Old 01-27-2011, 06:24 AM   #32
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Am I the only one that likes hookers?
Umm, probably not, but not for me. Never had one and never will. I prefer paying on the long term payment plan...
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This is hypothetical.

Your credit cards are all paid off, have a car & mortgage loan. If you have extra $1,000 (monthly, after you bought your "toys"), how would you use it?

EDIT IN: Assume interest for both car loan and home mortgage is 5%. Also lump savings and ROTH/IRA with investment for simplicity.
"After toys" bothers me. As long as you have debt toys are off limits. Avoid the toys and pay all extra money on that car. Paying interest on a car is bad, it's like anti-investing. You're paying in extra money and in return you're getting screwed, only not by a hooker.

You buy a new car and agree to pay 32k for it, but you have to finance it at 5% for 7 years. That's what....$450/month? That equals 37.8K you pay for a 32K car that at the end of 7 years will be worth maybe $12k so you just threw away over 25k.
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well sure.....you like gigolo's
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