Free Printable 52 Week Money Challenge: 3 options to start saving.
Save over $1,300 this year with this simple 52 week saving challenge.
I find something uniquely motivating in challenges. Perhaps it’s the time limit. (Anyone can do something if it’s temporary.) Perhaps it’s the satisfaction of crossing off each day (or week). But whether it’s my free printable 30-day exercise challenge or this free 52 week money challenge, challenges provide you with a unique opportunity to better yourself.
This challenge involves saving money each week for one year. You’ll have a total of $1,378 at the end!
My printable is just (one) version of the way to do a 52 week money saving challenge. If you want to switch between 12 week and 52 weeks, multiply it to make it harder, change how much saved per week, etc., there is a fabulous calculator at Money Challenge.com. You just plug in your choices and it generates a chart. Honestly, I don’t have the tech to duplicate that tool. I do printables, not fancy calculators.
If you’re looking to examine your finances and make some improvements, check out my Free Printable Budgeting Binder.
But if you’re ready to REALLY fix your finances for good, then you should check out Personal Money Management. 330+ pages to organize your finances, reach your financial goals, get out of debt, and start building wealth.
Instructions for Printing
• Print options: regular paper works, but you can also use card stock. Since you’ll be keeping this around for a year, you might want a sturdier version.
• All of the files are in pdf below. Just hit the “download” button (or pink word “download,” depending upon browser).
• The default size of these is full-page. However, if you want smaller, simply reduce the print size. If you’re not sure on how much to reduce, check out my post “How to Resize Printables to Fit Your Planner.”
Free printable 52 week money challenge
This version of the challenge has increasing amounts. You start with $1.00 on week 1. Increase by $1.00 each week until you’re saving a total of $52 a week on the last week of the year.
This version of the challenge is the exact opposite of the last version. You start out saving your highest amount per week- $52. Then you lower it by $1 per week until you’re just putting away $1 on the last week.
This version relies on consistently putting away the (almost) same amount. Alternating between $26 & $27 per week, you’re saving the same during the first and last weeks of the challenge.
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Did you like this free printable 52 week money challenge? If so, which do you think you’ll do? The increasing amounts? Decreasing? Or consistent weekly amounts? Comment below letting me know.
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