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Start with tax qualified plans through your employer. Make sure you optimize their matching contribution. Also the sooner you're are an owner and not a renter the better. But don't buy anything with less than 20% down.
You have to look out for both the short-term and the long term.
You need to find out how to get out of debt, first and foremost, even if it's debt from a home loan. It's equally as important to build up your emergency fund somewhere where you're not tempted to use it but can still get a healthy return on your money.
You also need to be looking toward retirement. Make sure that contributions are coming directly out of your paycheck and heading straight toward your 401k or IRA. If you can pay off your debts and fund your retirement properly you'll have smooth sailing.
The best investment you can make, right now, for your future, is.to regain your freedom and....GET OUT OF DEBT!!!!! Always remember freedom offers you choices.......Debt will take those choices away.
The future is fluid and dynamic..It changes with the NOW..therefore invest in the NOW instead of thinking about the future...
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