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    Including groceries, petrol, mortgage etc $1400 a week. Gosh that number is so scary! $8000 a month in bills! wish we earnt $8000 a month in pay lol

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    I think ours are just over $2000 but we do have a big mortgage , I'm lucky the business pays for our cars and phones

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    We need about $750 per week for mortgage, groceries, bills, rego, petrol
    Just the two of us atm

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    Um I don't know. I really got to do a budget.

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    Erm.. $879 per fortnight. That includes two seperate savings accounts for "just because" accounts.
    So if that's not included then..

    For two phones, a laptop payment thingy (I was stupid a few years ago. Sigh), Water, internet, gas, food, rent and bus fare it's 559 per fortnight for two adults.

    We share house and if we didn't then the water, internet and gas bills would be higher so I'd put in extra into that bills account but atm I'm putting it in to cover a month extra on top of the normal pay thing, so maybe not. And rent. So..

    Probably an extra 250 if we didn't share house.

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    For 2 adults: rent, groceries, home phone, internet, mobiles, electricity, rego, car insurance, fuel and pets $615 per week.

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    3800 a month ; includes absolutely every bill, rent, food etc


 

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