How to Pay off Debt
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Setting a goal for paying off a mortgage, auto loan, credit card or personal loan makes good financial sense. Some loans, such as mortgage or auto loans, have defined repayment periods. Others do not. In order to pay off debt, you'll need to know what you need to pay each month. You also might want to compare it to your current repayment schedule to see how helpful reaching that goal might be.

Use this calculator to find out how to pay off your debt.

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