How to Succeed at the 52 Week Money Challenge

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When it comes to the 52 week money challenge, the ultimate goal is to succeed by saving that $1,378 by the end of the year. While the challenge appears simple in theory, it’s actually a little more difficult to complete than most think. There are three main things that I believe you need to do if you want to have the best chance of succeeding at this challenge. It’s certainly possible to complete it on your own, but incorporating the three areas below will greatly increase your chances of success. Here’s what you need to do.

Preparation

Most people don’t go into the challenge with a plan. They decide to figure out a way to save the money each week, and approach the

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3 Responses to How to Succeed at the 52 Week Money Challenge

  1. Mrs. Frugalista says:

    I’m participating in the challenge but I’m actually going to do it backwards. My first week, I will save $52 and so on!

  2. jeffrey says:

    This is another great way to do it. I would suggest that you actually do the alternative method with the goal being to do it backwards. This way if there is an unexpected life event that makes it difficult to do the highest number one or two weeks, that isn’t an issue and you can continue with the challenge. It simply gives yo a bit more flexibility.

  3. Meosha Daily says:

    I agree with Jeffery on his comment. For a lot of people both employed and unemployed their peak financial time of the year is now “tax season”. So I believe that if they put the larger amounts of $$ in the jar or account they will be successful.

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