Monthly Budget Calculator

Income

Gross Salaries?:
Pensions & Allowances?:
Interest Income?:
Real Estate Income?:
Other Income?:
Loan Advances?:

Expenses

Shelter
0.0%
Mortgage Loan Payments?:
Rent?:
Property Taxes?:
House Insurance?:
Electric, Gas & Water?:
Phones & Cell phones?:
Home Maintenance?:
Furniture & Appliances?:
Transportation
0.0%
Car Payments?:
Gas & Oil?:
Car Insurance, License etc?:
Car Repairs & Maint.?:
Buses, Taxies, Parking etc.?:
Other Expenses
0.0%
Life Insurance?:
Disability / Long Term Ins.?:
Loan Payments?:
Charitable Gifts?:
Personal Gifts?:
Liquor & Cigarettes?:
Invest Property Exps.?:
Childcare or Babysitting?:
Toys & Misc. Child Exp.?:
Household Savings?:
Retirement Savings?:
Taxes Withheld?:
Education
0.0%
College Tuition?:
Other College Expenses?:
College Savings?:
Private School?:
Adult Classes, Seminars?:
Student Loans?:
Books, Periodicals etc.?:
Food & Clothing
0.0%
Groceries?:
Restaurant Meals?:
Clothes & Laundry?:
Health & Personal Care
0.0%
Health Insurance?:
Medicines, Glasses etc.?:
Doctor & Dentist Fees?:
Personal Grooming?:
Recreation
0.0%
Vacation & Travel?:
Clubs & Membership?:
Movies, Shows Events etc.?:
Entertaining?:
Other Recreation Exp.?:
Total Income:
$0
 
Total Expenses:
$0
0.0%
Surplus / Deficit(-):
$0
0.0%
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The percentages shown are all expressed as a percent of total income.

When entering salaries, you should enter gross salaries. That is, enter the total gross pay before any taxes are taken out or other deductions are made. You can then enter the various deductions as expenses (which of course they are).

For example, you'll find a place to enter income and social security taxes in the "Other Expenses" group ("Taxes Withheld"). If you have employer provided health insurance, and you have to contribute to cover part of its costs, you can enter that cost in the "Health & Personal Care" group.


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What is a Budget Calculator Used For?

Simply put, a budget calculator let's you answer that famous question, "Where did all the money go?". Our Budget Calculator also calculates expenses as a percentage of income. It may be reasonable to spend 30% of your income on "Shelter". It probably would not be such a good idea if your "Recreation Expenses" were also 30%.

Click on the "Help" button for important details.

The budget calculator in SolveIT! also lets you compare projected budgets to actual income and expenses. You'll also be able to save your entries for later use and create budgets and reports which span and summarize an entire year (if you desire).

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This is a beta test release. We believe the calculations are accurate. The printing routines are not finished.
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