I'd like a stud loan, please. How long do I get to keep him? :-DI voted to use the $3,500 to pay down the Mort, car, and student loan, but that's not exactly how I feel.I wouldn't personally consider a car loan to be "good" debt, but consumer debt. I would use the $3,500 to pay down the car loan, but it depends on the rate you're getting. If you've got a 0% or .9% loan, I'd keep it. Then maybe the student loan, depending on how low your interest rate is and whether you're able to deduct the student loan interest.I would invest before paying down the mortgage unless you've got a pretty high mortgage interest rate.Zanne
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