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  • At your age, probably not. You will probably pay a penalty if you withdraw tax deferred funds before age 59 and a half.

    And when you do begin to withdraw your tax deferred funds, you will want to do so in a tax efficient way.

    However, in general -- when making decisions about paying off debt verses investing savings -- you want to compare the interest you can earn on savings verses the interest you will save by paying off the debt. Tax efficiency is another layer.

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