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I don't know - I still read the board.... We just haven't had a fribble worth chatting about in a while.

I'm trying to figure out if I'll still be able to retire at 35. The only debt we're carrying are mortgages - the longest term 15 years and the rates 6.25% and 6.5%. We're also lending some of our cash (instead of putting it into stocks). By carrying other people's mortgage notes, we've got some earning 7% and a bit earning 8%. It's better than my stocks have been doing, but we haven't liquidated from our stocks yet.

Hope others are figuring out how to be successful and enjoy their finances.

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