52 Week Money Challenge on TeachMe2Save.com

I came across this 52 Week Money Challenge Chart and thought it was a pretty cool idea for saving some money this year. So, I thought I’d make it a bit prettier and share it with you all. I like it because it seems easy enough to do and you’ll have a nice chunk of change by the end of the year.

52 Week Money Challenge

Each week of the year (52) you save a designated amount (based in the week #) and by the end of the year, you will have saved $1378.00 (that doesn’t include any interest it may accrue if you deposit it into a savings account).

So on week 1, you deposit $1. On week 2, $2, week 19 $19, week 35 $35 and so on and so forth. Just print out the 52 Week Money Challenge and cross off each week as you go along.

You could also work backwards and start with an initial savings of $52 so that it only gets smaller as the year goes on (Reverse 52 Week Money Challenge). Plus, with that initial amount you could deposit it immediately into a saving account since you need a certain amount to get it opened.

I will be doing this….whose with me? If you are, this week start off with either a $1 deposit or if you are working backwards, start with $52.

*I’ll even be doing giveaways for the deposit amount some of the weeks, so keep checking back.

Comments

  1. I love this money saving idea.

  2. I love this and I’m doing it right now up to week 4 but I deposit week 5 also

  3. Week 31 should be $496.

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  5. Eva Mitton-Urban says:

    Saving is a definite challenge – always seems that when your on the + side someone gets sick – as is the case for my son and I – Strepthroat. Fifty two week challenge was going well – hopeful and determined. Funny how eliminating coffee/newspapers and saving change can amass a little nest egg. Next spring, family holiday – long overdo….bucket list item to cross off…..Great tips here. Will keep following.

    Eva Mitton-Urban

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