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1. Leave everything the way you have it until YOU figure out what to do with it.
2. Find the Fool School on this web site. Read it, then read it again. Read some investing books. Read some other boards here. When you have done these then you will probably know where to put your money.
3. Figure out how to how to get that car paid off.
4. Ask other questions on this board and others of anything you don't understand.
5. I know from my past experience that divorce is nasty. It can very distructive to both parties. With your divorce ending almost a year ago, I detect much anger toward your X. I would suggest that you seek out a selfhelp group in your local area that could help you deal with this problem. I know that it helped me. (Just friendly advice)

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