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New Perspectives New Solutions offers RethinkYourDebt a free resource offering out-of-the-box solutions to overcoming debt is pleased to announce its new contest “What Would You Do With $1000.”

Aug 15 2013, 3:18pm CDT | by PR.com

Akron, OH, August 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- New Perspectives New Solutions for the past two years has offered its users free tools, resources and opportunities to find money or to develop creative ways to take what money they have and re-allocate it for debt reduction goals. From now until September 30, 2013 RethinkYourDebt is inviting people to enter its contest, “What Would You Do With $1000,” (http://www.debtfreedomsolutions.net/win_1000_contest.php) where a winner will be randomly selected to win $1000 to help with bills.

The idea for this site came to the founder when she was trying to get home for Christmas while in college. It turned out that she needed $1000 for that goal – which she did not have at the time. She thought about it and after two weeks developed an idea to get home – without going into debt - and not borrowing money from her parents!

From that point, she began to explain the steps one needed to take to “rethink” money and debt – basically how to see one’s financial situation from a different perspective. The goal is that this contest will not only inspire the winner to pay down some debt, but that others will take the challenge to rethink their debt.

Contact Information:
New Perspectives New Solutions
Ann Levic
330-203-9697
Contact via Email
www.debtfreedomsolutions.net

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