You your utilities electric gas cable water are going

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you your utilities (electric, gas, cable, water) are going to cost, account for filling your place with furniture and other home related costs, what your college debt will be, and other costs of disposable income that you feel you will have. This will all be calculated on an excel spreadsheet and then you will write a 1-2 page typed, 12 point, Times New Roman, double spaced, essay response explaining your decisions and evaluating your rationale. Questions you should consider in your essay on top of explaining your budget plan include: 1. What did you learn from completing your budget? 2. Were you able to save money? How much money over the course of one year were you able to save? 3. What areas did you need to cut money from in order to have a balanced budget or surplus? 4. What do you think the biggest challenge will be upon graduating from college? 5. Do you think you were realistic in your budget creation? Why or why not? 6. What are some extraneous factors that could play a role in your budget not accounted for in it already?
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Excellent: 10 points Satisfactory: 8 points Unsatisfactory: 6 points Not Completed: 0 points Realistic Cost Projections Cost projections are based off research of real life expenses and of a realistic job salary and those real life things are listed in your spreadsheet (ex. Starting salary before taxes/after taxes, where you will be living, what college
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