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    “Should we pay off our debt–or invest the money we have accumulated?”

    This is a question we often get from doctors. It’s an interesting question, because there are a couple of opinions about what is the right thing to do. There’s never a cookie-cutter answer.

    Theories about balancing investments with debt vary widely. Some financial experts say freedom from debt is the most important goal. Others say it’s more about the math.

    Money should be allotted toward investing if the investments earn a higher rate of return than what debts cost. Still, other financial planners focus on the emotional aspect: How comfortable are you with a certain level of debt? There are doctors who are so relieved at having no debt that the actual comparison calculations became irrelevant.

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