I'll definitely second (third?) the idea to skip the 401K for now. The tax advantage is nice, but without a match, it still doesn't compare to your credit card rates. 20%+ debt on the cards will never be beaten long term by the stock market. Even investment you have or could have right now would be a better deal if 'invested' in your debt. Unless you have the debt at very low rates for a very long term, and can definitely pay it off before then.
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