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  • Jessica Bishop

    Saving money 52 Week Challenge - we are going to do this!

  • Diana Starbuck

    Great Idea! 52 Week Save Money Challenge

  • Sara Clay

    52 week savings plan! $1378 saved in a year. Good idea for kids savings account!

  • Lauren Alcala

    52 week save money challenge. Might be a good thing to try for this new year

  • Edge Studio

    Help fund your #voiceover business: 2014 SAVINGS CHALLENGE There's a 52 Week Savings Plan Challenge going around again on the web with this chart. How it works: Each week, you set aside the amount equal to the week. EX: Week 1, you set aside a ($1), Week 2, ($2), Week 3, ($3) and so on. By the end of the year if you follow the chart above you will have $1,378.00. Wow! What an easy and fun way to save money.

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A super plan to save $5,000 in a year for your down payment on your new home!

interesting read. top to bottom budgeting (how much little things really cost and where to cut back).

for me I think I would start with the $52 and work down, I always atart out Gung Ho, and it seems to peter out...this way the less you have to put in, you'd still have the same amount at the end.... Effortless savings, take the 52 week money challenge! Play with numbers you get the idea.

My hubby and i started doing this with one dollar bills when we got married-- after about a year, i [just me] had several hundred dollars and got to enjoy a great birthday vacation and still have lots left over :) Great Idea To Save Money

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DIY: The Five-Dollar Savings Plan - it's a way to save $ & to encourage you to use cash instead of credit/debit cards.

I'm trying to save up for something nice for myself for my birthday in July (pay off debt, finally get a [used] car, etc.) so I came up with a simple savings plan to do it. I figured if anyone wants to join me, I'd post the graphic here. Who wouldn't want a planned savings of $2,030 by July? You just deposit a multiple of 5 in your account every Friday. This will cut down on my random b.s. bouts of spending now that I have an accessible endpoint to a savings goal.