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Subject: Re: Paydown debt, or e-fund? Date: 8/21/2003 2:11 PM
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Split the difference: $3K to pay off American Express, $3.6K in the efund. She can then continue to pay the amount she was paying to american express every month on top of her Visa payment, accelerating the payoff of it without any zing to her budget.

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