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<<Well, yes, of course. But what prompted you to start a thread to say so? Just felt like, "Hmmm I haven't started an enlightening tip thread in a while?"

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Somehow I don't think many people think much about choosing debt as a lifestyle choice.

If people realized how profoundly choosing debt was likely to affect their lives, you'd think more people would choose to avoid it.

And even for those who avoid debt, relatively few choose a life of saving and investing --- which also is likely to have a huge impact on people's lives.

Every now and then I like to point this out --- in case someone might appreciate reading a summary of the impact of such choices.

Where better to post such observations than here?

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