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Unformatted text preview: Jesse Vo AIM 2302 Professor Bortz Assessment 3 Beginning Cash Balance $ 1,500 Rent for April/May (600) Cable/ Internet Bill (50) $ 850 Food (300) Tax Return $ 300 Flight Home (0) Movies (90) Girlfriend (200) Tennis Counselor $ 100 Tennis Strings/Balls (75) Gas (120) Credit Card bill (300) Ending Cash Balance $ 165 When deciding my budget I considered the months involved and where I would be during those months. I live here for school so before I look into spending money on any luxuries or hobbies my rent and utility bills are paid calculated. This way I know how much I have available to spend on myself without worrying about spending too much and not having enough to pay for a place to live. When I go home for the summer I will be living at home so rent and utilities are not issues I have to worry about because my parents pay for them. The same thing applies to food because back home my parents pay for my groceries, but here I pay for them so that amount is smaller than it would be if the three month period...
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- Spring '08
- Payment, Credit card, cash balance