The Talbert Family

The Talbert Family - Autumn Constance Hdf 315 4/1/11 The...

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Autumn Constance Hdf 315 4/1/11 The Talbert Family There is always a possibility of falling into a lower socioeconomic level. When this happens, basic needs must still be met regardless of finances but their patterns of consumption must change. Expenditures include housing, utilities, food, transportation, medical care, insurance, clothing and personal care and education. Sense Jenny is only 24 and only works part time, reports suggest she spends about thirteen percent of her income on food. This is not a lot of money, so we will assume that she is not overspending here considering she has a child. Housing should account for around thirty to thirty six percent of income. Perhaps Jenny could move into an apartment that is less expensive or downsize into a smaller house. Jenny could also cut spending in the clothing and personal care category. Perhaps if she goes to the salon she can do her eyebrows and nails at home for much less money. Clothing could also come from second hand sale stores rather than designer
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