BLOG: 52 Week Money Challenge

Courtesy: tvtropes.org

Courtesy: tvtropes.org

Are you looking to save money as you start 2014? Perhaps the 52 Week Money Challenge can help. Maybe you’ve seen it floating around the web. The concept is simple, make a deposit every week of the year starting with $1 and increase the deposit every week by a dollar.

If you follow the method, you’ll end up saving nearly $1,400. You can find a printable version from Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union, here.

Courtesy: lifehacker.com

Courtesy: lifehacker.com

2 comments

  • Pavel Ryevnikow

    The sum of the numbers 1+2+…+n is given by the formula n(n+1)/2. In this formula we can see a discrete version of the elementary calculus fact that the antiderivative of a linear function is a quadratic function.

  • Jessika

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