The vast majority of things you see in late-night infomercials and online � except of course for legitimate job hunter sites � are scams. I�m talking about the business-in-a-box kind of stuff and everything else. And I know you�ve seen the postings online that go something like, �My sister-in-law makes $50 an hour from home, and you can, too!� These scammers are the worst of the worst. Don�t waste a second of your time on that garbage. My dad and I have been having arguments over real estate and money. My wife and I are 33, and we have a rental property. We were trying to decide whether or not to sell the rental in order to pay down on our home. My dad has been very vocal about what he thinks we should do, and it�s starting to cause problems in our relationship. The two homes are our only debt, and we make $110,000 a year. We owe $132,000 on our residence and $80,000 on the rental. We could sell the rental for around $160,000. What do you think we should do?
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