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Very clever:
That is my goal, to pay off my mortgage and have the tittle on my hand.
I hear people like for example, The Motley Fool saying that it's better to invest your money and not pay off your mortgage, that sounds to me like they are sitting on some bankers lap when they say that.
I have money invested on the market plus what I work I should be able to pay my house off in about 2-3 years and after that when I have accumulated around $100,000.00 and be depth free in around 4-5 years I'm going to quit working and live off the market.
If I have a bad year It does not matter because I'm debth free, if I have a good year I'll take an extra long vacation because I'm depth free.
You get the Idea and so do I, but there is some people out there that don't see this eye to eye.
Do ya feel the GREED?
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