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The key is your best guess about the income tax rates you will pay in the future compared to those you pay now.
You'll be enduring many winters in the home anyway, so you might as well see what those months will look and feel like.
People who just aren't able to save much when they are young need not give up hope.
It sounds simple, but for tax purposes not all losers are created equal.
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