The 52 Week Make Money Challenge

52 week make money challenge

Update: You can join the 2014 52 Week Make Money Challenge

For people who feel that they have saved as much money as they can on their current expenses, but still would like to build a cushion or emergency fund, the 52 Week Make Money Challenge is an excellent way to increase income by nearly $1,400 ($1,378) during the course of the year. It accomplishes this by having the participant in the challenge find ways to increasingly make a little more money each week above and beyond their normal income. In many ways it’s like the 52 week save money challenge with the emphasis on making money instead of saving money. There are two variations of the challenge which can be attempted.

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4 Responses to The 52 Week Make Money Challenge

  1. creditcardfree says:

    Wow! This seems a lot like my method of saving snowflakes that I blogged about all last year. Ended up with over $3,200!

  2. jeffrey says:

    Yes. In many ways it is like snowflaking by finding small ways to earn a little money here and there. And as you pointed out, once you begin to do this, you become better at it which gives you even more opportunities to earn. Like with many things, it’s a matter of getting started and doing it long enough that it becomes a positve habit.

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  4. Gailete says:

    I like this idea much better than the original one as with the weeks going by and you get into the higher numbers to save, for some that is over $200 in a month to save compared to the beginning of the challenge where it is only $10 a month.

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