4 Signs You're Paying Off  Too Much Debt

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When you prioritize paying off your mortgage or loans, be aware that there is such a thing as paying off too much debt.

 

Spending extra cash on chipping away at these balances might sometimes make sense, but not if it means forfeiting certain financial benchmarks like having an emergency fund or saving for retirement.

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