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I wish I could recommend this post a hundred times. So glad to see that you are still maintaining the lifestyle you created when you were paying off the debt. It's the same lifestyle that will lead to many, many long term benefits! You are doing a great job maxing out your Roths. That's something that only a small fraction of Americans can do.

I can't recall -- do either of you have employer-sponsored 401(k)s or the equivalent? That's another great place to max out your funds, and particularly a place to make sure you get the full employer match.

ThyPeace, still cheering.
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