Ask a Fool: What's First, Retirement or Student Loans?

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In the following video, Robert Brokamp, senior advisor for the Motley Fool's Rule Your Retirement service, takes a question from a Fool reader. The reader asks, "How do I determine how much I should save for retirement versus paying off my student loans?"

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