★ Money Challenge #24: Pay Off $25 of Debt!

Debt, Money Challenges

100 dollar richer month

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Welcome to round II of our $100 Richer Month mini-challenges! Last week, we asked you to stash away an extra $25 into investments, so if you’re playing along, you’re now up $25 and ready for the next task…

Here we go!

This week’s challenge: Pay off an extra $25 towards your debt right now!

A quick win for your net worth that only requires you to do two things:

  • Log in to your account
  • Send an extra $25 there :)

If you don’t have any debt, repeat last week’s challenge and invest another $25.

Give us a quick “I’m in!” so we know you’re with us!

Derek, Master of Challenges


PS: To check out the others following along in our mini-challenges, click here and scroll to the bottom.

Derek heads up the Weekly Money Challenges here at Rockstar Finance and over in the Rockstar Money Forums. He also runs an outrageous blog and podcast over at HowDoIMoney.com – check it out!

Last modified: May 14, 2017

9 Responses to :
★ Money Challenge #24: Pay Off $25 of Debt!

  1. I’m in! Just pre-paid an extra $25 to my garbage bill. It’s not much, but it’s a good feeling. :)

  2. Mark M says:

    I’m in. $25 to student loans.

    Pebble in the ocean, man…

    1. J. Money says:

      Those pebbles make up quite the beautiful beach, though!

      1. derek says:

        You are soooo poetic! ;)

    2. derek says:

      Mark –

      I feel ya man. It can feel almost comical to throw such a small amount of money at such a large debt. Hard to connect the dots between small payments and the end goal of having no debt. I totally feel you! We’ve been paying off student loans for almost 7 years now and this might finally be the year they are gone forever!

  3. Zac says:

    I’m in!

    I cashed in some newly-vested restricted company stock to pay (much more than) $25 off of my mortgage.

  4. Cara says:

    I’m in! Paid on credit card debt!

    1. J. Money says:


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