Saving Up Two

Make a plan and a budget and save a certain amount everyday.

Make a backdater to see how much one must save for the desired purchase. Here is how it works: first pick a day in the future when one wants to make the purchase. An example of this is summer vacation and it will happen in six months. Second, work backwards from that date to the present day and calculate how many days or months it will be which is 180 days or six months. Third, calculate how much it will cost and divide that number to the amount of days there are. For example, if one desires to spend $1800 on a vacation, which includes travel, lodging, food, event tickets, and the sort, the equation looks like this ($1800/180 days) which equals to $10 per day. So if one saves $10 a day for the next 180 days, one will have enough to pay for their vacation completely.

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