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Americans racked up an average of $1,054 in debt during the holidays, according to a recent survey. As our Start TODAY – Family & Friends series continues, financial editor Jean Chatzky suggests unique ways to dissolve your holiday debt, like turning your travel miles into cash or selling unused tech, clothes or furniture online.