Budgeting Template: includes Cost of Attendance, with best/worst case scenarios, roommates, and more

Charles_Darwin

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Hey team,

Attached is a budgeting template that I'm currently using to determine how much money I'll be needing to move into an apartment and live there once FAFSA loans kick in. I snagged the original template from some excel site, and added some dental-student friendly materials.

For furnishing, I made an amazon wish list of things i'll need, and then divided the total by 12.

You'll need Excel 2013 or higher to use some of its features!

Cheers and please comment below if there's anything that should be added- I'd like to know as well :)
 

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Hey team,

Attached is a budgeting template that I'm currently using to determine how much money I'll be needing to move into an apartment and live there once FAFSA loans kick in. I snagged the original template from some excel site, and added some dental-student friendly materials.

For furnishing, I made an amazon wish list of things i'll need, and then divided the total by 12.

You'll need Excel 2013 or higher to use some of its features!

Cheers and please comment below if there's anything that should be added- I'd like to know as well :)
That's amazing!!! :D Thanks a lot!
 
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futuresurgeon00

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Hey team,

Attached is a budgeting template that I'm currently using to determine how much money I'll be needing to move into an apartment and live there once FAFSA loans kick in. I snagged the original template from some excel site, and added some dental-student friendly materials.

For furnishing, I made an amazon wish list of things i'll need, and then divided the total by 12.

You'll need Excel 2013 or higher to use some of its features!

Cheers and please comment below if there's anything that should be added- I'd like to know as well :)
Hahaha :) I did the exact same thing (but an expense estimator with an "actuals" section so I would be able to compare. Also, mine has the conversion table, because I'm not studying in Canada.
Of course, mine is a lot more simplified because I'm dorming, but it's very similar :)
 
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