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So, I've recently moved out and I'm considering buying a new vehicle in a few months, depending how the prices on cars go here in Canada.
Now, I'm trying to more finely figure out my budgeting situation, so that I can judge what I would be able to pay per month to finance the vehicle. However, I can not seem to find a decent budgeting template or anything that isn't filled with insane/unnecessary information.
So, I've decided to just do a text file and keep track of my cost/month of living. Now, I need help because I figure I am missing something on the sheet, so, here is what I've got:
Rent, Car Insurance, Food, Gym Membership, Subscriptions, Utilities/Internet, Cell, and Gas... Now, this seems like very little to me and I want to be as accurate as possible without being too anal (for example, haircuts, which I get every 3 months or so). So, any help would be greatly appreciated.