The Budget of a 31-year old Govt. Auditor Making $64,000 in DC

Monthly Take-Home: $3,825

Rent: $1,025/month

Food: $250/month

Student Loans: $500/month (as much as $750-$1000 at some points)

Credit Card PMTs: $675/month

Utilities and Phone Bill: $240/month

Savings: $725 (avg)/month

Health & Fitness, and Personal Care: $130/month

Everything else: About $300/month

Conclusion: Avg. of $2,900 in expenses

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Financial Literacy Educator |Money Story 💰Negative $125k Net worth to $660k in 9-yrs 💸Paid off over $350k in debt 🔑 and Traveled to 25+ countries.

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