Why would someone borrow money to pay off debt? As counterintuitive as it may sound, it can be a savvy way to save money and repay your high-interest debt quickly.
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Which should come first — paying off debt or saving? Many financial advisors recommend people in their twenties save 15% of their income, but simple math suggests getting rid of debt is better for your bank account.
Lenders use this ratio to determine what percent of a borrower’s gross monthly income goes towards paying debts.