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    About $1650 a fortnight covers
    Mortgage
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    Phone (mine, hubby's is a work one)
    Internet
    Foxtel
    Car insurance (just mine, hubby has a lease)
    House insurance
    Kids swimming lessons
    E tag (road tolls)

    I think that's it. Groceries and petrol are extra

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    Rent, Groceries, phone and net, life and car insurance, health insurance, mobiles, gas, electricity, credit cards, car loan
    total: $780 a week

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    Approx. $600 a week covers rent, food & utilities for us (two adults, two cats). Not including mobile phones, internet or petrol.

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    What we must be doing something wrong...

    $6000 a month is for
    -rent
    -daycare
    -car repayments
    -2x car insurance
    -contents insurance
    -Internet
    -phones
    -electricity/gas


    As well as paying for rego etc when the bill arrives.....

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    Can you switch insurance to somewhere cheaper? Same with phone and internet?

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    We put aside about $1500 a week which includes money for rent, both mobile phones, internet, car, contents and health insurance, swimming lessons, groceries, fuel, rego, car service, ASG, child care.

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    I haven't made changes to our bills to cut costs. If anything we cut additional expenses, not the bills.

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    Monthly ( estimate as DH handles the bills but i have a fair idea how much it all costs):
    Utilities - $400 to $600 per quarter depending on season
    Groceries- $160 week
    Rates - $400 quarter? I think
    Mortgage - $1900 month
    Loan ( consolidated debts) - $800 month
    Plus theres petrol, phone, internet, foxtel, health insurance, savings, etc.
    We reduced out download limit on internet.
    Finished a phone contract and not signing up again.
    Use one car mainly, thats the cheapest on fuel.
    Changing health funds to save money.
    But everything else cant really be reduced.



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    $8,000ish a month (we get paid monthly).

    That's food, rent, car loan, small personal loan, insurances for contents/car x 2/private health/income protection x 2, gas, electricity, 2 x mobiles, house phone, Internet, Austar, child care (about $2k a month alone), petrol and an employee share scheme (which isn't really a bill, but it's an outgoing)


 

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