Family Spending Plan



Retirement  $  944.39 7.66%
Investment Acct  $1,450.00
Savings Total  $2,394.39 19.41%



Mortgage P&I  $1,871.61
Property Taxes  $   367.87
Home Insurance  $     75.79
Housing Total  $2,315.27 18.77%



Cell Phones  $   175.00
Comcast   $   125.00
Gas  $     45.00
Electric  $   125.00
Water  $   115.00
Garbage  $     29.86
Utilities Total  $   614.86 4.98%



Car Payment  $   600.00
Car Replacement  $   250.00
Registration  $     29.50
Car Ins  $     80.00
Gas & Oil  $   125.00
Repairs  $     65.00
Vehicle Total  $ 1,149.50 9.32%



Clothing  $     50.00
Allowance  $     43.33
Sports  $     50.00
Swimming  $     85.00
Son's Total  $   228.33 1.85%



Food   $   900.00
Eating Out  $   200.00
School Lunches  $     55.00
Food Total  $ 1,155.00 9.36%



Pet Care  $     20.00
Household Items  $     60.00
Pool Care  $     25.00
Office Supplies  $     20.00
Home Maint.  $     50.00
Household Total  $    175.00 1.42%



Med./Dental Ins.  $   331.40
Co-pays  $     10.00
Medial Total  $   341.40 2.77%



Gym Dues  $   140.00
Gifts (+Xmas)  $   100.00
Vitamins, Etc.  $     35.00
 Wellness Totals  $    275.00 2.23%



Entertainment  $     35.00
Recreation  $   100.00
Recreation Total  $   135.00 1.09%





Vacations  $   650.00
Vacation Fund  $   650.00 5.27%






Grand Total  $8,489.36

1 comment:

  1. The $1,450 a month to investments is paying off a rental home we own. Once that is paid off (May 2013!) We will start to invest half for our son's college and half to pay off our home. Having your home paid off by the time you retire is huge!

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