Week Two of the 30 Day Challenge

Kick Start Your SavingsIt’s week two of our 30 day challenge. It's not too late to join. Take today to calculate what you have spent so far this month and make sure that you are still on track to reach your monthly saving goal. How are you doing?

Already Busting Your Budget?

Don’t worry too much if you’ve already spent more than you should have so far – there are still three weeks to get your spending under control and meet your goals. If you need a little help check out these tips from America Saves or tips directly from America Saves readers.

Ahead of the Game?

It may be tempting to run out and spend that money. But think twice before you do. There are still three weeks of our challenge left and you may run into some unexpected spending later this month. So play the game save and wait to reward yourself once you get to the end and reach your budgeting and savings goals

Are you on track to meet your goal so far? Let us know what’s been most challenging on our Facebook page.

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