The question, “should I pay off debt or save for retirement” is not easily answered. I’ve thought about my answer for a long time and I believe you should never stop saving for retirement unless you are in financial crisis. Yes, it feels bad to have debt. Yes, debt can be a huge stress on
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Wealth is often associated with certain highly educated professions or inheritance. However, this isn’t necessarily true. Wealth is more closely related to behavior. I’ve worked with administrative professionals who have accumulated more wealth than doctors, and beneficiaries who’ve spent their inheritance in just a few short years. Wealth can be attributed to a consistent behavioral