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Attention to detail and superb listening skills are

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having excellent knowledge of spreadsheets, excel and word applications. Attention to detail and superb listening skills are also in that role. Adjusting the Budget Pg 113 1. Personal gifts of $185, Food takeout (Fast Food) of $230 and $50 of donations are what could have caused the issues for the Constantines. Cutting back on those selected activities would save them $465 monthly. 2. I believe the total available is workable with some minor tweaks. Eating outside the home every month up to $200 is unacceptable on a family budget of $2800.0. To maintain moral eating out could be dropped to $50 a month. Personal gifts should not be every month but if you have to budget that in I would allocate $100 to that. IF donations are such a must, I would say $25 a month is sufficient. This would give the family a positive $290 a month and they are able to place that in the savings account.
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Personal Finance week 1 4 3. Additional income could be saved if such as cable was not need as much as internet. With internet you are able to subscribe to provider without the need of cable. There are more but not enough information is given to give more guidance Reference Bethel University. (2017). Personal Finance. Boston, MA: McGraw Hil .
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