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The Budget Project

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Savannah Santos

on 30 January 2014

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Transcript of The Budget Project

Budget Project
Life
Our Cars
Our Apartment
1040 S Hale St, Escondido, CA 92029
Apartment Payment
Total Rent for the Apartment: $ 1,025
Monthly Budget
The
By: Ashlee De Mello, Kayla Latta & Savannah Santos
Pay Scale
Kayla
Savannah
Ashlee
Kayla & Savannah:
Yearly Income
Before Taxes:$ 19,200
After Taxes:$15,888
Monthly Income
Before Taxes:$1,600
After Taxes:$1,324
Kayla's Car
2012 Ford Focus
Characteristics:
2 Bedrooms and 1 Bathroom
Clubhouse
Carports and Garage
Easy Freeway Access
Water, Sewage, Trash Included in Rent
Pool and Jacuzzi
Extra Storage
Air Conditioning
Ceiling Fans
Dishwasher
Large Closet
Clubhouse
Total Rent for Each Person: $342
• Monthly Pay: $1,324
• Rent: $342
• Electric: $30
• Gas: $20
• Phone: $23
• Groceries: $170
• Savings: 8% of Paycheck= $105.92
• Gas: $80
• Car Insurance: $125
• Car Payments: $365
• Entertainment: $63.08

Why We Chose This Apartment...
Cheap
Great Amenities
BUT Far From Work
Grocery List
Breakfast:$25.98
Lunch:$32.79
Dinner:$32.15
Snacks:$33.53
Toiletries: $47.42
Eating Out vs Eating at Home
Eating Out
Fast
Convenient
Unhealthy
Eating at Home
More control over calorie intake
Takes More Time
Entertainment
Movies: $8-$12

- High School graduates now working at Forever 21
Ashlee
- High school graduate now working at Costco
Shopping: $50-$60 on a good day
Westview's Various Shows and Performances: $5-$10
Savings Uses
Kayla: 8%
Car breaks down
Lose job
Get hurt, not covered
Get in an accident
Need to replace something

Safety Deposit:
$650
Savannah's Car
Eating Out: $10-25
Ashlee's Car
How Much Do You Save?
• Monthly Pay: $1,324 Net Pay
• Rent: $342
• Electric: $30
• Gas: $20
• Phone: $23
• Groceries: $150
• Savings: 10% of Paycheck= $192 of Gross Income
• Gas: $160 monthly
• Car Insurance: $115
• Car Payments: $231
• Entertainment: $60
2011 Volkswagen Jetta
Savannah: 10%
What we've learned
individually
Kayla:
- I learned that stuff costs more than I expected, and it all adds up. Even if you really know how to budget, sometimes that isn't enough
Savannah:
- I learned that everything that you bring in must be accounted for on your budget.
Ashlee:
- I learned that when making a budget, money should be distributed to where you
really
need it, so one could live more balanced and secure.
What we've learned as a
group
We learned that it is hard to get everybody to agree about things. You have to learn to compromise to survive.
Ashlee: 15%
2007 Kia Rio
Monthly Pay:$1,324
Rent: $324
Electric: $30
Gas: $20
Phone: $23
Internet: $25
Groceries: $228
Toiletries: $45
Gas: $200
Car Insurance: $130
Car Maintainence: $30
Entertainment: $70
Savings: $198.6 (15% of Monthly Pay)
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