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= Total Monthly Spendable Income (Net Monthly Income) A: Housing Expenses Rent or Mortgage Utilities (Gas Electric) Renters/Homeowners Insurance Repairs (set aside for future expenses) Phone Cable Internet Water/Sewer/Garbage Taxes (set aside if paid annually) A= Total Monthly Payments A B: Car Expenses Car Loan Payment(s) Gas/Fuel Insurance (set aside if paid annually) Maintenance Repairs Inspection Sticker B= Total C: Debts Creditor 1 Balance Creditor 2 Balance Creditor 3 Balance Creditor 4 Balance Creditor 5 Balance Creditor 6 Balance C= Total B C D: Miscellaneous (Set aside monthly for annual expenses, such as Ins.) Church Tithes Offerings Other Charitable Contributions Food: Groceries, Lunches, Meals Out Childcare / Child Support School Tuition/Supplies Medical Bills and Co-Pays Prescription Medicines Pet Supplies Vet Exams Entertainment, Movies, Video Rentals Club Dues (Homeowner s Assoc., Fitness) Newspaper Magazine Subscriptions Clothing Haircuts Toiletries Grooming Gifts (Birthday, Xmas, etc) Cash “Mad Money” Travel Vacation Hobbies Special Projects (Furniture, Computer, etc) Savings Emergency Money D= Total D E: Monthly Expense Totals Housing A = Car B = Debts C =
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