Personally, I prefer pushing money into a 401K or similar tax-preferenced savings over paying down most credit card debt, and I also prefer aggressively paying down CC debt to putting money into an "emergency fund" or similar low interest savings.I guess it intends on a person's motive for pushing money into a 401k as a priority. If a person's intent is to pay off their debts, then it is just their choice for picking the 401k first. On the other hand, we had a poster here once on this board that was choosing to run up his credit cards for living expenses and maximizing his 401k because the 401k was protected in a bankruptcy.PSU
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