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When personal finance expert Howard Dvorkin, CPA launched Debt.com in 2013, he wasn’t happy. 

Millions of Americans were drowning in debt and paying outrageous interest rates. Howard made it his mission to create a place where people could come to get help no matter what the financial issue. 

Now he’s putting up his own money to prove it.

That’s why we're launching our #PayDownDebt Sweepstakes which will give one lucky winner $2,500 in cash 
(that we hope they will use to pay down their debt).

That’s why we're launching our #PayDownDebt Sweepstakes which will give one lucky winner $2,500 in cash
(that we hope they will use to pay down their debt).

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One lucky person will win $2,500 – which you can use to pay off your holiday debts or pay for a new year’s resolution.

Debt.com and MoneyTalksNews are two of the biggest names in getting Americans out of debt and onto the path of financial freedom. Now, instead of just helping you save money, they want to give you money.

Why? Because both experts have a new year’s resolution of their own: Cure America’s holiday debt hangover.

Credit card debt and student loan debt are at all-time highs. But Debt.com and MoneyTalksNews have proven ways to slash your credit card payments by 30 to 50 percent and reduce your student loan payments through little-known federal programs.

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About Debt.com

Debt.com is the consumer website where people from all walks of life can find help with credit card debt, student loan assistance, tax debt, credit repair, bankruptcy, debt collector harassment and more.

 They are dedicated to helping Americans with their personal finances, whether it’s the most fundamental issue or one of the most challenging problems, we are here to help you overcome it. 

Our organization is comprised of personal finance experts who have been helping people with money issues for decades. 

Debt.com also offers daily expert advice about money – how to make it, how to save it, and how to spend it. 

Many websites offer financial advice. Some are good and some aren’t. But very few offer you immediate solutions to your problems. 

Debt.com works with only vetted and certified providers that give the best advice and solutions for consumers 'when life happens'.

Learning to save more, spend less, pay off debt, and invest well should be compelling topics for virtually everyone. After all, if you don’t have enough money, you want more; and if you have a bunch, you want to keep it. And yet most Americans seem to be more interested in celebrity gossip and sports than personal finance news and advice.

This doesn’t say negative things about people – it says negative things about the way traditional media approach financial news.

Achieving financial freedom is an exciting goal. The news and advice that can help you get there should be as well.  The world doesn’t need another dry, wordy source for money-related news.

In both print and video, our goal is to help you reach your goals by telling stories that matter to you. Stories that offer specific advice on saving more, spending less, investing, and avoiding debt – without making your eyes glaze over.

We have fun telling these stories – we want you to have fun reading and watching them.

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When monthly credit card payments are more than you can handle, the right debt solution can cut your payments, roll everything into one bill, and lower or eliminate interest. You can be 100% debt-free in just a few years.

Errors and mistakes on your credit report can drive down your credit score. Correcting these mistakes can increase your credit score so you can qualify for loans and new credit lines at the lowest interest rates possible.

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When issues with tax debt arise, you can be hit with wage garnishments, liens, and even your bank accounts can be seized until you’ve paid. We connect you with tax professionals to end state and IRS tax debt problems.

If the cost of higher education is too much to manage alone, student loan debt consolidation can lower your monthly payments. You can pay off the debt in a way that works for your budget so you don’t have to struggle.

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About Debt.com

Many websites offer financial advice. Very few offer immediate solutions. Those that do are often run by a single company. Not Debt.com. We partner with many companies, and only if they meet our rigorous standards. So when you contact us, we refer you to the perfect expert for you. Why does this work so well? Because whether it’s dresses, dinner, or debt, one size never fits all.

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With tuition costs that continue to rise every year, student loan debt has become the second leading source of debt in the U.S. after mortgages. The average college graduate leaves school with over $35,000 to pay back. These articles cover the various options available for student debt relief.

As revolving debt with comparatively high interest rates, credit card debt can be tricky to manage. It’s easy to run up balances, and not so easy to pay them off. That may explain why America’s total tab to creditors topped $1 trillion this year. These articles can help you get ahead.

You might think getting rich and achieving financial stability go hand in hand. But statistics show roughly 9% of households that make over $100,000 annually live paycheck to paycheck. Financial stability and wealth are two very different things. Even with limited household income you can achieve success with the right personal finance strategy.

The IRS has more ability to make your life miserable than any creditor or lender you may owe. You can face wage garnishment, levies, liens – even if you try to hide, this agency has ways to find you and make you pay what you owe… with penalties. Find solutions to tax problems with the IRS.

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Meet Susan: A Past Sweepstakes Winner

Susan: A Past Sweepstakes Winner


Meet Susan Blackwell. The Illinois resident is only 43, but she recently retired after suffering a stroke.

Susan won $1,000 in a Debt.com Giveaway and she's using her winnings the right way.

“I will help my daughter Rebecca, with her college tuition,” she says. “She is a photography student. It’s her passion, and she would love to work for National Geographic one day.”

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