Dealing with Holiday Debt and a $100 Giveaway

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Helping you deal with holiday debt!

Did the holidays leave a bitter bad debt aftertaste in your mouth?  Well we’re here to offer you support, encouragement, and $100 cash to help you pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and get back on track with your own Debt Free Adventure.

I am honored to be partnering up with Steve a.k.a. “@GetOutOfDebtGuy” who provides unmatchable debt help on his site Get Out Of Debt.org to offer DFA readers a $100 cash prize.  Entering to win is easy and the winner will be chosen randomly from the comments.

How to enter and win

To be eligible to win all you must do is leave a comment on this post along with a comment on Steve’s (Giving Away $100. Tell Us Your Plan For Dealing With Holiday Bills) post by January 15th. The lucky winner will receive $100 cash via PayPal on January 16, 2010 to spend, anyway they want.

Your comment should simply tell us if you have holiday debt and how you plan to deal with it.

  • Should you pay off the debt ASAP?
  • Should you spread the debt repayment out over the course of the year?
  • Did you save money for holiday spending throughout 2009 thus leaving you holiday debt free?

Whatever you holiday debt situation is… let us know about it – how you got into it, and how you plan to get out.

Use the Holiday Debt Help comments for ideas

The goal Steve and I have for this contest is to raise awareness toward the issue of holiday debt, offer needy readers a $100 shot in the arm, and to create a database of ideas for everyone to share and to use to help rid themselves of debt.

So whether you’re in a holiday debt pickle or you managed to avoid holiday debt altogether, leave your comments so you have a chance to win and as a way to help others gain victory over their holiday debt.

**Remember** to be eligible to win the $100 you must leave a comment on this post and on Steve’s holiday debt post.

Godspeed and good day.



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