mac mini

I am about to purchase a mac mini and want to upgrade one thing on it.  Either the RAM from 8 to 16GB or the drive from the Serial ATA drive to the PCIe flash based drive.  Which will give me more of a performance boost when accessing files and applications?  Most of my work is office and accessing our accounting software.   Nothing intensive but I have a little extra money to spend and want to use it.
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Personally, I would get the SSD drive. The computer will boot faster, and documents and applications will launch faster. You won't notice the extra RAM unless you are running a lot of apps at once or something like Photoshop which is a memory hog.

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