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I have whittled down my debt to 8384.90. I live in a small town without any real availability for side hustles outside of work from home. I used to DoorDash before I moved but that isn’t available where I’m at now. Is there any work from home that I can do?
So my wife and I are on the verge of baby step 4, but haven’t taken the time to invest.
I understand that new vehicles depreciate quickly the first 4-5 years, but if I’m able to buy a new car with cash are there any concerns?
I also have noticed that it’s comparable pricing for a 2022 and a vehicle from 2015-2017 with many more miles than a new car.
Is it normal to be afraid to use your savings account to pay off debt? If so, how do you overcome this? Thank you!!
What assets does everyone use to consider themselves millionaires
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