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Use the following website to help you find a suitable place ( Zillow ). Where (Location)_ LA,California___________________ # of bedrooms __1_________________ Rent_ 1,925 - 2,400 Notes: Step 3: Utilities . Read the following link to learn more about the average monthly costs for many utilities: ( My First Apartment ). Enter the specific costs in the monthly budget ledger. Step 4- Transportation: Now you will need to decide whether you are going to get a car or take mass transit to work. There are a couple of questions you need to ask yourself before figuring out what kind of car you can afford. How much will it cost for gas per week? What about car insurance? Let’s say that gas will cost about $60 a week and car insurance costs about $150 a month. If you decide to take the subway or bus, a daily round trip will cost you $5.50. You have $2,000 saved that you want to use as a down payment for a car. Most likely you will need to take out a loan if you want a relatively new car. The first thing you need to do is shop around for the best auto loan rate. The site will ask you to enter your zip code in order to give you a local rate. Check the following website ( Cars.com ) to determine how much a monthly car payment would cost you. Step 5 - Food: Food shopping obviously is part of any budget. Go virtual grocery shopping and purchase all the groceries you think you need for a week or if you prefer the traditional brick and mortar grocery store, visit: ( Key Food ) or ( Fresh Direct ) Step 6- Loans : After graduating college you will most likely have school loans to pay back.
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