The New Year is fast approaching and many of us are wanting to add money to our savings accounts. The brunt force hit of Christmas shopping really makes you want to save, save, save afterward! I have made it easy for you and created a Money Saving Printable that you can print and use to save money. You are going to LOVE this 52 Week Money Saving Challenge.
52 Week Money Saving Challenge
The 52 Week Money Saving Challenge is easy to follow. I know some people like to work from the highest amount to the lowest amount and others like to do the money-saving challenge in reverse so I made a printable for both ways.
Doing the Money Saving Challenge you will end up with $1,378 in your savings account! That is a nice amount to get started with your emergency fund, or anything else that you are saving money for.
How the 52 Week Money Saving Challenge Weekly Money Saving Plan Works:
How it works is each week you make a deposit to your savings account (if you don’t have a savings account you can use a glass jar, envelopes etc) any will work and you can sign up for a FREE Savings account here from Capital one (they are who I use for my kids savings accounts), week 1 you deposit $1, week 2 you deposit $2 week 3 $3 and so on and so on each week!
To get on the savings train there are a lot of tips and tricks to saving money. Make sure you also check out the tips for how to put more money intoto your savings account.
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