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  1. TopTenTuesday
    July 21, 2021 at 4:59 pm

    For those you are listening, you should NOT invest your money in mutual funds. Mutual funds have high feeds of 1%, and it does not perform well compare to index funds. Index fund has low feeds and it out perform mutual funds in the long run. You can fact check my advice by googling "Mutual funds vs Index fund."

  2. Rose Zuniga
    July 21, 2021 at 4:59 pm

    hello, i have a car loan of 10,000. that i know i will pay off within the next year.
    but i want to know if i should be paying off my collections first. they've been there for about 5years the total amount of those are about 1200 dollars.

  3. vbaime2
    July 21, 2021 at 4:59 pm

    Thank you so much for the awesome content! I am a new subscriber, planning on getting into real estate investing. However, i am currently in student loan debt. I will have it paid off w/i the next 5 yrs. Do you think that I should begin real estate investing (& possibly get into more debt) as i pay off my student loan debt? Or should i put all my energies toward paying off my student loans & simply educate myself on real estate THEN begin investing in real estate?
    I hold your advice at high esteem. Thanks in advance (: