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Subject: Re: refinance mortgage to buy prepaid tuition? Date: 1/28/2001 9:11 PM
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More info you may need: We would buy 8 semesters for each child (about $18,000 each). Total refinance would be for about $106,000. We have no other debt and enough savings that we were about to start investing. I think our monthly payment would go from $400 to $700+. It could be mananged on our budget, but would cut into the amount of savings we put aside.
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