I currently make 16.25 an hour, about 33,800 before taxes. I take home around 960 every 2 weeks.
Anyone have good budget pointers? I'm looking to get a car soon, so i don't have that expense yet. Rent and util is about 625, and student loan is 270...phone is 70. i'm wondering about how to go about planning to get a car, and also some long term planning...I have a girlfriend who I eventually would like to live with and marry (though not anytime soon)...I'm just looking for help. It seems like 33,000 isn't a lot to me but i also know people seem to do well with this...how can i make it work?
If it helps I live outside of Philadelphia (in the suburbs, so no city taxes)
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