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Uncontrolled debt is one of the most debilitating financial burdens there is. If you are one of the millions of people who have decided to consolidate their debt in an attempt to reduce your overall payments then you may have found yourself in a position that doesn't feel much different than before. This is because without a plan of attack for reducing your debt, a debt consolidation merely regroups your outstanding debt. If you are ready to take control of your finances and reduce your debts quickly, use our Accelerated Debt Payoff Calculator.
The purpose of the Accelerated Debt Payoff Calculator is to help people create a plan of attack to reduce their consolidated debt as quickly as possible. To use this financial tool you will need to first enter the various pieces of information pertaining to your loans, credit card debts, and so on. The Accelerated Debt Payoff Calculator will use these figures to determine your monthly savings. It will then show you how much faster you can pay off your debt by applying these savings to your consolidated debt payment.
This tool can be invaluable in helping you to plan your financial future. By carefully considering all of your outstanding debts and using consolidation alongside a clear repayment schedule, you may discover that you have more room to breathe than you initially thought. Debts don’t simply go away on their own, but with the right plan of action they can be kept well under control, without making too many sacrifices.
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Firstly, ensure the loan balance under New Consolidated Loan is the same or more than your total debts. If it is, and the calculator still doesn’t work, we recommend refreshing the page and trying again.