edit this goal is broken.

Editing goal functionality is broken.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Navigate to goals page
2. Select a goal, then click 'Edit this goal' button
3. When modal window pops up, it presents a modal window that attempts to edit a generic goal for all credit cards(Notice variable names in bold - that's pretty bad did you guys test this?. See attached file mint1.png)
4. Proceed to click on the debt goal summary link on the upper right corner
5. I am then presented with an even more bizarre modal window about  'Alaskal Airlines Visa Rewards Card' which I don't even own(See attached file mint2.png)
6. Attempt to click next and javascript error blows up the page(See attached file mint 3 which has chrome dev tools open with concole error)


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