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26 Week Money Challenge (for People who get paid every 2 weeks)

I'm going to follow this to continue building up my emergency fund this year! Maybe you should give it a go?

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26 Week Christmas Savings Plan - Start with $26 a week End with $1001 by Black Friday

26 Week Christmas Savings Plan – Start with $26 a week End with $1001 by Black Friday

30 DAY SAVINGS CHALLENGE. I believe if I see my account balance growing everyday I will stay motivated and reduce needless spending. 6 Months: $2,790 ...12 Months: $5,580... 18 Months: $8,370... 24 Months: $11,160 (Hope my math is correct)

Secret price codes can save you money at Costco, REI, Target, Sears, and more! Find out what the ending numbers on the price tag actually means and know when a sale item is at the lowest price possible or when it will drop lower next week.

How To Succeed At The 52 Week Money Challenge » A variation of the challenge my kids and I are using this year. We're saving 1 penny for each day of the year. Day 1 - 1 cent, Day 2 - 2 cents, etc. Of course, we'll have some slacker moments but the weekly totals to make up are easy for my tween and kindergartner to work together to obtain. Divas With A Purpose

FANTASTIC site that answers, "How much should you pay for groceries?" Includes a chart based on the number of people in your family, plus tons of tips on how to save money on groceries. You can save HALF on your grocery bill...without clipping any coupons! (Also how much to pay for babysitting, haircuts, etc)

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.


3 new 52 week savings plans

3 New 52 Week Savings Plans - 4 Hats and Frugal

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75+ Ways To Make Extra Money

Whether you have just one free hour each day or if you are willing to work 40 to 50 hours a week on top of your full-time job, there are many options for you.

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Getting Started with Coupons ~ Week 1

Coupons tips week by week. Pin now read later!