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AS long as you have debt that potentially incurs interest in 2015, your first move should be to retire that debt. Then, you need to have a few months' net pay as emergency funds.

After you have accomplished the above, you should be in a position to really concentrate on your retirement accounts.

Donna (has 13 months emergency funds plus retirement and brokerage accounts - retired debt prior to investing)
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