Should I pay down my mortgage, student loans, or put more in savings?
Since you have no credit card debt, you could actually pay off the largest federal loan, and put the balance of $9k in savings. Then, you can continue to accelerate the payments on the smaller loans totaling $3.5k and pay them off by the end of the year.
Once the above loans are paid in full, the monies that you were paying on them can be applied toward your mortgage. Visit http://Powerpay.org to strategically pay off debt. I hope that this helps!
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