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H233 Consumer Management Budget Expenses
Recommended Monthly Spending
Savings PYF At least 10% of your net pay each month. Savings Account Build an emergency fund with enough money to last at least 6 months if you lose your job. Retirement Account
Housing Mortgage or Rent Payment Homeowners or Renters Insurance Property Taxes Utilities
Transportation Car Payment Gasoline Car Maintenance Oil changes (every 3 months or 3,000 miles) Repairs Auto Insurance Public Transportation
Debt Credit Card Payments Loan Payments
Other Everything Else Food Groceries, restaurants Clothing Clothes, shoes, accessories Personal Items Shampoo, soap, cosmetics, medications Gifts Entertainment Movies, video games, tickets to shows
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