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Just checking the numbers

May 19th, 2007 at 08:11 am

I was reviewing my spending habits, I have since decreased my dining out but upped my personal spending ( seeing the hairdresser once a week at $35) Haven't did much clothes shopping which is great, but I was able to up my challenge. I don't think I will hit the $4000 mark for this month but I think I will make it to $3000. So here are the numbers:
Income/Interest $3.08
Gifts Received $20.00
Total Other Income $20.00
Refund $58.76
Total Wages & Salary $2,994.02
Total Income $3,075.86

Expenses
Gasoline $96.45
Maintenance $87.98
Total Automobile $184.43
Bills
Cable/Satellite Television $82.85
Cellular $167.20
Electricity $106.70
Online/Internet Service $61.19
Telephone $46.57
Water & Sewer $41.39
Total Bills $505.90
Charitable Donations $20.00
Clothing $116.74
Dining Out $41.57
Education
Books $29.00
Tuition $240.40
Total Education $269.40
Gifts $107.73
Groceries $135.88
Healthcare
Dental $381.65
Physician $15.00
Prescriptions $41.99
Total Healthcare $438.64
Hobbies/Leisure
Books & Magazines $20.00
Household
Furnishings $18.99
House Cleaning $2.50
Total Household $21.49
Job Expense
Non-Reimbursed $5.98
Total Job Expense $5.98
Leisure
Entertaining $46.75
Newspaper $3.79
Total Leisure $50.54
Miscellaneous $50.45
Personal Care $195.33
Sales Tax $16.38
Taxes
Federal Income Tax $294.15
Medicare Tax $43.41
Social Security Tax $185.63
Total Taxes $523.19
Expense - Unassigned $15.53
Total Expenses $2,719.18

Income less Expenses $356.68

1 Responses to “Just checking the numbers”

  1. Aleta Says:

    That's impressive. Good job.

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