Based on what you described, I would suggest you pay down your other motorcycle loan then work towards the 401k loans. Once you are debt free I would highly recommend you try to stay that way. And you will
I am wondering how you came into all of the debt, and if once all this is done you are making ends meet.? Can you really afford this motorcycle without going into debt again? If you will be forced into debt again in order
Like everyone else, I'd discourage you from borrowing against your 401(k) to buy a house, since doing so will set you behind in your retirement savings. Plus, there's always the risk you'll get laid off, at which point you
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