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Easy Money Savings Challenge to help you easily save $1,040 in one year without much effort


52 week money challenge: biweekly pay! I would like to try the double up on this one



Savings Plan Printable


52 Week Money Challenge for Kids - great learning for kids this year on how to earn, save, and the impact it can make long term for them



Take the 52 Week Challenge! Here's a free printable 52-week MONEY SAVING CHALLENGE that's a fun idea to help you save money for Christmas or anything else! The chart starts with 50 cents a week and ends with $51.50. You'll end up with $1,352!!! So simple. Grab the 2015 / 2016 free printable from WhatMommyDoes.com


A Monthly Chart for the 52 Week Money Challenge - Saving Advice Articles



More than 30 different 52 week savings plans!


It's not too late to start the 26-week money savings challenge! This printable chart is an automatic savings plan...a fun idea to help you save money for Christmas or vacation!



A couple of weeks ago I shared my 26 week challenge to save $5,000 in a year. Everyone might have a different reason for needed to save $5,000 in my scenario I assumed you would be saving up for a down payment on a house. While there are several down payment assistance plans available in …


Maybe in reverse since I'll have the most money available in January



52 week saving plan to save for a house or whatever you would like to spend $5000.00 on.


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I'm taking Household Management 101's 52 Week Money Saving Challenge, which is a plan to save $1,404 painlessly over the course of a year. Includes a free printable!


This is so smart! I can so do this saving chart.


52 Week Money Challenge for TEENS - great learning for teens this year on how to earn, save, and the impact it can make long term for them


52 Week Money Saving Printable


Savings Challenge


52 week plan - 26 pay checks. Seems like a great Christmas shopping saving plan.


52 Week Money Saving Challenge Printables


Start Saving with the 52 Week {Reverse} Money Challenge


How to Use a Cash Envelope System


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