Pathfinder Worksheet: Should I Pay Off My Debt(s)?
We’d all like to pay off our debts whether to improve cash flow, save on interest expense, or for other personal reasons. But when should we actually allocate our resources towards paying off debt? Before deciding, it’s important to consider emergency funds, upcoming expenses, tax consequences, personal motivations, and alignment with our long-term goals.
The flow chart below will help you navigate your options when contemplating to pay off debt, refinance, consolidate, or refrain altogether. The QA Team is here to help you plan for this decision as well. If you have any questions or would like to discuss this topic further, please don’t hesitate to contact your QA advisor. If you’re new to QA, please click here to connect with us.
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