I've made no secret of the fact that I think Wikipedia is, on balance, useless. Every article is a disjointed mass of different voices, with countless editors adding unnecessary sentences to paragraphs and unnecessary clauses to sentences. Any topic that has any potential for controversy ends up a biased mess, making the whole thing impossible to rely on authoritatively.
That said, of course I use Wikipedia. I don't think the roads are very good in my area, and I use those, too. I just have to drive carefully to avoid the potholes... just like I'm careful not to take anything on Wikipedia as reliable without additional research and confirmation.
But today I found an article on the "debt-snowball method" that is actually pretty good; a rare example of Wikipedia not completely mucking something up.
I recommend the debt snowball method, or some variation of it, to anyone interested in paying down multiple balances over time. Read more about it at Wikipedia.