The Monthly Outflow

I figure if we’re going to talk finances this time around, I should probably show the Internet what a typical month of expenses looks like for me.

    RECURRING EXPENSES


RENT: $658
STORAGE UNIT: $29
CABLE INTERNET: $50
CELL PHONE: $83
AUTO/RENTERS INSURANCE: $77
ELECTRIC: Varies (usually under $100)

    LOANS


CAR PAYMENT: $317
CC #1: $31
CC #2: $36
STORE CARD #1: $8.99
MEDICAL LOAN: $98

I know I haven’t included health insurance, entertainment, groceries, savings, etc. Don’t worry, all of those things are happening. My savings and health insurance are pulled out of my bi-weekly paycheck so I don’t really notice them as an expense, they’re just taken out of the equation.

I’m curious, how do your monthly expenses compare? More or less?

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5 thoughts on “The Monthly Outflow

  1. My monthly expenses are way less then yours. I will have to pay back some school loans in a couple of years, so I’m sure I’ll have to factor those in when the time comes.

    Are your recurring expenses built on a single-person household?

    StaciaSmallwood

      1. Ohh okay. I wondered because my cell phone bill is more than half of what yours is. I’m in college so I don’t have to worry about monthly rent payments.

        If you don’t mind me asking, what do you do for a living? .

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