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I would hold pat right now and continue your current process until after the property is sold. Then if you have cash left, throw it at the student loan (at either location). Take the savings you get once you stop paying for utilities on the second place and add those to your snowball. Then when you get bonuses, throw those at the student loan.

I wouldn't touch your efund, even for that important piece of jewelry. It's for the "that would never ever happen to me" moments. Can you guarantee your house won't burn down? Or that you will never get hit by a car crossing a street? That you will never need to take a leave of absence because of someone else's death or illness?

Lara Amber

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