Corbie and James are trying to set up their budget. Corbie earns $2750 paid once a month after taxes. James
Corbie and James are trying to set up their budget. Corbie earns $2750 paid once a month after taxes. James gets paid every other week for tutoring at the local library, and his smallest paycheck in the past six months was $280. Their monthly rent for their home is $925 and their most expensive month for combined utilities last year cost $325. Their smartphones cost $180 per month. They spend $120 per week on groceries, $45 per week on gas, and $620 per month for their car's payment, insurance, and maintenance savings. James spends $600 per semester (twice a year) for college tuition. They each give themselves a $100 per week allowance for personal expenses such as clothes, haircuts, dining out, and entertainment. Calculate their prorated monthly amounts, their monthly totals, and their cash flow.
( James's paycheck, the total income, cash flow, incidentals, and total expenses)