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52 Week Saving Challenge | Save for Emergency Fund, Holidays, and More! The week number = the amount you put in your savings for the week!
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One for each kid is a fabulous idea!
That is a good idea.. I am putting away triple one for each kid
I'm doing it backwards...that way by the time the end of the year comes I won't have to stick as much back.
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I'm going to do this backward and save $52 the first week and go down from there so that I have more money in my account at the end of the year when I need it. Plus it will motivate me more to stick with it!
I'm doing that.
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Here's a breakdown of the 52 Week SAVINGS plan broken down by month.
The $114 is correct.
I think the month of July should be $118, not $114!
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That's what I was thinking Valerie!
going to try this with a cash jar. It will be my Xmas shopping money next year
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52 week savings plan - deposit this money into a jar each week and watch how it adds up. Perfect way for me to save for next year's vacation!
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My own version of the 52 week Savings plan! :))
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I heard of doing backwards for that same reason. I might do it that way as well.
Was thinking I might do this backwards since money is always so tight at the end of the year.