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Yup, it can take a long time to learn to manage finances.

I think I've managed my finances pretty well over the decades, maybe not perfectly, but I've mostly kept myself in positions to have options. The HELOC is an option I had hoped to retire but I now think I was premature in that decision.

So, any thoughts on whether to go fixed or adjustable?

Fuskie
Who also learned long ago that there is always more to learn...

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