Take two-pronged approach to finances


By Shannon Fromma
In the continuous crusade to achieve budgetary balance, some, who are fortunate enough to have a steady-enough stream of extra income, may find themselves in a bit a stalemate. What to do with the spare money?

Sure, you could spend it. That’s easy enough. But, say you want to do something more financially prudent.

Do you take the surplus and stash it away for retirement or a rainy day?
Do you instead focus on your bills and start slashing away at high-interest debt?
Ask two financial professionals which to do first and chances are you’ll get two contrasting opinions.
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