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Pay off the mortgage. You won't believe the freedom and flexibility you will get without that on your fixed expenses every month.

You'll also avoid the imminent crash in the market (you think the GME scenario is a positive sign?).

Don't let the tax tail wag the investment dog.

It's probably not an either/or, you could perhaps pay off enough to leave only a small monthly expense.
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