If I Saved 100 Dollars A Week For A Year, I Would Get…

How much would I have if I saved 100 dollars a week for a year? Saving takes a lot of self-discipline and if you’re able to save \$100 per week for a year, you’ll have \$5,200 saved. In 10 years’ time, you’ll have \$52,000 saved. When you have money, there’s that feeling of financial security. If you don’t have a savings account, it’s best to open one as soon as possible.

By saving \$100 a week, this is how much you’ll have:

• 1 Year = \$5,200 saved
• 3 Years = \$15,600 saved
• 5 Years = \$26,000 saved
• 10 Years = \$52,000 saved
• 15 Years = \$78,000 saved
• 20 Years = \$104,000 saved
• 25 Years = \$130,000 saved
• 40 Years = \$208,000 saved

If I Saved 100 Dollars A Week For A Year…

As you can see, long term saving can be beneficial for your future. Now let’s see how much you’ll earn for each week throughout the year.

• Week 1 – \$100
• Week 2 – \$200
• Week 3 – \$300
• Week 4 – \$400
• Week 5 – \$500
• Week 6 – \$600
• Week 7 –Â  \$700
• Week 8 –Â  \$800
• Week 9 –Â  \$900
• Week 10 –Â  \$1,000
• Week 11 – \$1,100
• Week 12 – \$1,200
• Week 13 –Â  \$1,300
• Week 14 – \$1,400
• Week 15 –Â  \$1,500
• Week 16 –Â  \$1,600
• Week 17 – \$1,700
• Week 18 – \$1,800
• Week 19 – \$1,900
• Week 20 – \$2,000
• Week 21 – \$2,100
• Week 22 – \$2,200
• Week 23 – \$2,300
• Week 24 – \$2,400
• Week 25 – \$2,500
• Week 26 – \$2,600
• Week 27 – \$2,700
• Week 28 – \$2,800
• Week 29 – \$2,900
• Week 30 – \$3,000
• Week 31 – \$3,100
• Week 32 – \$3,200
• Week 33 – \$3,300
• Week 34 – \$3,400
• Week 35 – \$3,500
• Week 36 – \$3,600
• Week 37 – \$3,700
• Week 38 – \$3,800
• Week 39 – \$3,900
• Week 40 – \$4,000
• Week 41 – \$4,100
• Week 42 – \$4,200
• Week 43 – \$4,300
• Week 44 – \$4,400
• Week 45 – \$4,500
• Week 46 – \$4,600
• Week 47 – \$4,700
• Week 48 – \$4,800
• Week 49 – \$4,900
• Week 50 – \$5,000
• Week 51 – \$5,100
• Week 52 – \$5,200

It’s alright if saving \$100 a week might be out of range for you. Even with 25 cents a day for a year, the amounts can really add up. It’s better to start now than never.

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