1. Use the red and black Debt Tracker tool to set a goal —– how much do you want to pay off in a month? Before you hit "Submit" you will be asked to enter the contest. Leave the box checked if you want to enter. If you don't want to enter the contest, you can uncheck the box and still track your debt reduction. … Back to Article
From Wednesday, January 2, 2012, to Sunday, January 27, 2012, AARP Money Coach Lynnette Khalfani-Cox is looking for who has the best ideas for reducing debt in the AARP Pay Down Your Debt Challenge. Are you actively taking steps to get out a hole? Can you visualize the day you have control over your finances? If so, this challenge is for you. If you've got tips and suggestions, here's how you can get started:
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