January 2, 2014

Take the 52 week savings challenge!!!




I saw someone on my Facebook feed post that they were going to do the 52 week savings challenge so I decided to see what it was all about. You can save a ton of money by using coupons but there are always those things that you need actual cold hard cash for and this method seems like a good way to save a little dough for Christmas, taxes, vacation, winter heating costs, whatever you may need to save for. I'm definitely doing this!! 

Directions:
Open a savings account or use an empty jar and put a set amount into it each week for 52 weeks. For Example, $1 the first week, $2 the second week, $3 the third week and so on until you reach the 52nd week. You should have $1,378.00 at the end of the 52 weeks! If money is less tight at the beginning of the year you could even do it backwards and start with the $52 deposit. I sure wish I had done this last year. Who's is joining in with me???

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Patrick Amrine

Patrick is a married sales executive and father of four children; a college graduate, one in college, one in grade school and a 5-year old. Besides being c0-owner of A Single Coupon, he also has extensive knowledge on shopping the drugstore chains; CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens.

Bindi Shah

Bindi was born and raised in London England, and moved to the U.S. just over ten years ago, after marrying her American husband in Scotland! She has a 7 year old daughter and a 4 year old son! Beside's being c0-owner of A Single Coupon, couponing and deal seeking are two of her favorite pastimes and she's an expert in the art of saving money at Meijer, Target and Dollar Tree!