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renie

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What is the average amount for family bills/month?
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Around $4,000 for us.For some of you: Perhaps you should do some research on how that kind of income is possible. $14,000/month = $168,000/year. As an example, that's what some doctors make. Some make A LOT more than that.
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6000 dollars
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@ Just A Canuck: WTF do you do to make near $14,000/month? It must be illegal. C'mon...
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That would all depend, we pay our electricity by quarter here in Australia, so every 3 months... then rent is every fortnight, things like the internet, phone, groceries, daycare, petrol/transport, etc... let's just say, TOO MUCH!
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@ just a canuk...ugh what?? That's insane income...what do u do for a living? We make..3 to 4,5oo depending on what season we are in (I turist town) ....760 rent...80 car insurance...couple hundred on food... misalanious...phone 200 ....electricity and gas ...100.....150 gas... internet 100....save what we can
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Ok well I'll give you the other end of the spectrum lol ok we make 3k a month... 550 of which is rent... Utilities are about 350... Cell phones are 200... Car payment is 330... Insurance 100... All together that's 1530 a month. "remind you we live in Oklahoma where the cost of living is low" in the end after gas, food etc we are left with very little! We are comfortable but we don't have money to blow! Hope this helps!
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We make $4000 a month on average, my husband works for $10/hr 50 hours a week and I work $7.25/hr plus tips 30 hours a week, plus various odd jobs to make up for the rest. We have a family of four, me, my husband, my 12 year old sister, and my 4 year old stepson. Luckily the house is paid for. it was super cheap and we did most of the work ourselves to make it inhabitable, so no mortgage- Utilities (gas, electric, internet, phone, cell phones): $210Car: $200 of gas, 100 for insurance Food: $400Babysitting- we have a deal with our main babysitters, they watch our child for a certain number of hours, we watch theirs in return for the same amount of hours, so thats what we do while we're working. For other sitters- $20 a monthHaircuts/Toiletries/Clothing: $25Pets: $30, once a year vet for $20 per dog, we have threeLife/health/home Insurance: $90College: $833So we spend about $2013 a monthOf the remaining $2000, my dad has put a bunch of money in my sisters account before he left, so we add to that and put 185 in each of their college accounts, so 370 total, so hopefully they will have $40,000 each by the time they graduate from high school. The rest goes into an account for emergency expenses, medical costs, and entertainment.
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there really isnt an average amount. its all based on how the family lives, where the family lives, ow old the kids are and everything. here is mine:average monthly income: aprx 2,000 a month- could be more or less, depending on how many hours me and my husband getmortgage: 428.00lot rent: 120.00gas: 100 a weekgroceries, diapers and other things like that: 400.00 (varies depending on what we need that month)phones: 100.00 (50 for his, 50 for mine)insurance: 50.00power: 100-200.00 (that varies too, depending on the season, it costs more in the winter time because of the heat pump)
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Well every family will be different based on where they live, how they live, how many are in the family, health conditions, etc. So I can only really answer for me. We are a family of 7 living in Montreal. We have 5 children ranging from 2-6. Monthly Income: $13,500Child Benefit: $600= $14,100/monthMortgage: $2250Utilities: $700Phones: $230TV: $165Internet: $50Cars: $1000Food: $800Eating Out: $200Gas: $500Daycare: $2000 (Goes down as they start school)Haircuts/Toiletries/Clothing: $500Pets: $200 Insurance: $100Medication: $100Future College Accounts: $2000 ($400 each)=$3105 at the end of the month that can be used for anything. We usually have about $2500 go into our savings account ($30,000/year). We use this account for vacations. We are planning our first family vacation for next summer. We are going to Paris, the flights and Disney hotel alone cost $18,000. It will be about $30,000 at the end of the trip. We want our children to see the world, learn about it and understand other people. We aren't heavy spenders, though it probably seems like it. We don't buy all brand name clothes and food. We don't buy the most expensive things we can find. We are a regular family. But if we didn't have our kids we'd have more money than we'd know what to do with.---------------------------------------…I'm a Dual Qualified Multilingual Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist Specializing in Deaf Sciences and Facial Abnormalities. There are only about 5 Dual Qualified SLP/Audiologists in Canada. I'm the only Dual Qualified Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist who can treat patients in English, French as well as Portuguese and German. I am also the only DQ.M-SLP/AD who Specializes in Deaf Sciences. There are no others in North America, and probably not in the world.
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