Save $1,378 with the 52 Week Savings Challenge

Monday, December 10, 2018

52 Week Savings Challenge free printable

I know how hard it can be to save money when you're working on other financial goals like getting out of debt, or even just trying to afford the things you need to get with next week's paycheck. 

I totally get it!

So I have an easy and very underwhelming way for you to save a chunk of change ($1,378 to be exact) by the end of next year.   You can start at any time technically, but you just have to do it for 52 weeks.  Since January is right around the corner I figured this would be a good time to share about the 52 Week Challenge.

52 Week Savings Challenge free printable

So how do it work?
Easy! each week you save a dollar more than the last week, and you start at $1 the first week.   At the end of the 52 week period you will have saved $1,378!  You can do it in cash or moving the money to a share in your bank account. 

You can also be creative and if you want to do 2 weeks at once because you get paid every 2 weeks, go right ahead.  You can use the free printable to check off each week that you pay into your savings fund.

And did you know that you can do whatever you want with the money?  If you want to spend it, that's totally up to you.  But if you are working on getting out of debt and need an Emergency Fund, it's a great idea to use that money to fund it!

Are you going to participate in the 52-week challenge?

52 Week Savings Challenge free printable

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1 comment:

  1. I so need to try and do this.


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