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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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