Is your New Year’s Resolution to save money? This year we want to help you reach your goal with our free printable plan, 52 weeks and 52 ways to save. In the past we have shared our 52 weeks savings plan, which is a free printable which shows you have to save over $1300 in 52 weeks. But all it really showed you was how much to put into your savings account and how much it could add up to. So this year we decided to do even more- we now also offer 52 ways to actually save that money so that it is available to put in your savings!
So here is the 52 week savings plan. You deposit the amount listed each week in your savings account.
52 Week Printable Savings Plan with Money Saving Ideas
But how do you come up with that amount of money so that you actually CAN put it into your savings account? Our new and improved free printable is here to help. Money Saving Parent and I sat down and made a list of every day ways which we use to save money. We have for you the new and improved free printable! Look the the list of ideas which can help you cut back on expenses providing you with ways to have the money available to place in your savings account.
Here’s a few of our ideas. Print the PDF version for all 52 weeks and 52 ways to save.
Free printable savings plan
Print the free printable for the entire list of 52 ways to save.
It may seem like a really big task. It doesn’t have to be. Look through the list and tackle what you can that week. Don’t have the amount listed that week to save? Then put in what you have and start new the following week. Having a really bad month with expenses? We all do, don’t feel bad about it and don’t give up. Simply save $1.00 and start all over again. You may not hit your goal of over $1300 but whatever you save is money you didn’t have to begin with. It can be there for emergencies, for expenses, to purchase gifts or to take the family on vacation. It doesn’t really matter what the reason is for having a savings. What is important is that you try your very best – no matter how much it is – to have a savings.