52 Week Savings Plan. In one year’s time you could save $2620! This 52 Week Savings challenge is a printable PDF you can download and start following in the new year. Happy savings!
We know this year is coming to an end and we are bringing you all the challenges to clean up your home (with our monthly declutter your home checklist) and now your bank account.
We have a 52 Week Savings Plan! This Printable Challenge PDF is a chart to guide you $2,620. Seriously, what would you do with that money?
52 Weeks of Savings
What is a 52 Week Money Challenge? This 52 Weeks of Savings challenge is an incremental savings plan that will help you save money throughout the year. The idea is simple: start the year off by saving $10 the first week, and then put away an additional amount each week after that for 52 weeks. At the end of the year, you’ll save $2,620!
Looking for ways to save? Follow this 30-Day No Spend Challenge with also lists creative ways to save including free activities to fill your weekend (and week).
52 Week Savings Plan
We offer a 52 week savings plan to save you $2,620. I really encourage you to follow this plan. Don’t skip weeks. Save the amount it says each week. If saving this much is out of your budget, adjust the plan to save half of what it listed each week. That means if $10 is listed, save $5. Next year, if your budget is not as tight, save the amount listed!
The weeks go in this order. Save $10, save $25, save $50, save $75, save $100. Then you repeat the steps backward. Save $75, save $50, save $25, save $10. So in 9 weeks, you are only saving $100 once. However, you are saving $10, $25, $50, and $75 twice in that nine week period. Does that make sense?
52 Week Savings Plan Amounts
Save $10: Week 1, Week 9, Week 17, Week 25, Week 33, Week 41, Week 49
Save $25: Week 2, Week 8, Week 10, Week 16, Week 18, Week 24, Week 26, Week 32, Week 34, Week 40, Week 42, Week 48, Week 50
Save $50: Week 3, Week 7, Week 11, Week 15, Week 19, Week 23, Week 27, Week 31, Week 35, Week 39, Week 43, Week 47, Week 51
Save $75: Week 4, Week 6, Week 12, Week 14, Week 20, Week 22, Week 28, Week 30, Week 36, Week 38, Week 44, Week 46, Week 52
Save $100: Week 5, Week 13, Week 21, Week 29, Week 37, Week 45
How Does that Savings Plan Add Up?
The $10 weeks will save you $70 (7 weeks).
The $25 weeks will save you $325 (13 weeks).
The $50 weeks will save you $650 (13 weeks).
The $75 weeks will save you $975 (13 weeks).
The $100 weeks will save you $600 (6 weeks).
Total is $2620!
Kids Savings Tracker
Also check out this free printable. In the form of a game, your children can print this Savings Tracker for Kids and save $175. Comes in two forms. One that is already colored for you, or one you can color yourself!
52 Week Savings Challenge PDF Printable
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How to Print at Staples
- Have your PDF, Word Document or printable saved to a folder on your computer.
- Sign in or create a Staples account.
- Return to the Staples Printing Service Page.
- Scroll down to Self-Service printing.
- Go to Start Project.
- Go to Documents Printing.
- Select Browse.
- Select the Buy Now Button under color.
- In the left column, choose add file(s).
- Select upload files (to upload a file from your computer).
- Add more files or select the blue upload button.
- Select done.
- Give your job a name in the top left column.
- Choose color or B&W.
- Make sure your project is single sided. (You can choose double sided if you need.)
- Choose the correct orientation of your project – landscape or portrait.
- I changed my media to 8.5×11 67 lb card/coverstock (I prefer a card stock feel over printer paper feel. It makes the paper very durable and sturdy.)
- Save your product to Staples or select add to cart on the bottom right.
- Proceed to checkout.
*Note: these Staple print service steps were added in Winter 2019 The directions may change as the website changes. They should give you a general outline of how to upload and order a print on Staples.com.
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