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#1 of 112 Old 07-09-2008, 01:00 PM - Thread Starter
 
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For those who don't mind posting their numbers here, could you help me out by telling me how much you pay for the bills I'm going to list? I know that different areas are different and some things are subjective (such as rent would be lower on a smaller house), but I'm just curious as to what others are paying for these things. Feel free to give me any other details if you want that might make the bills amount seem more or less reasonable; such as the size of your house, how many people are on your insurance, what kind of water you use, the car you have, etc etc.

Rent
Health Insurance
Car Insurance
Electricity
Cable
Cellphone
Water


Thanks!!
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Rent -- <225, which includes water & trash (we : our mobile home park)
Health Insurance -- 187/mo for 5k deductible plan for DS, DSS, & myself (DH gets coverage thru the VA)
Car Insurance -- 450 every 6 mos
Electricity -- 50-150 (highest in the winter due to electric heat. we live in TX, btw) plus about 25/mo for natural gas
Cable -- we're TV-free, but internet is 45
Cellphone -- 84/mo for both of us. looking into cutting this back.
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Rent - $705 (30 year mortgage on a 3 bedroom house in an urban area, includes taxes and insurance)
Health Insurance - $120/month (through work, for DH and DD, I am covered for free)
Car Insurance - $75 (comprehensive coverage on two cars. Low mileage plans)
Electricity - $75 (not including AC months. We were also just informed of an upcoming rate increase, our heat is natural gas)
Cable - don't have it. Don't have the money
Cellphone - use prepaid, about $10-15/month
Water - $40/month

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Rent - 805
Health Insurance - 0 - Military Family (no copays, either)
Car Insurance - 116/mo (includes renter's insurance, 2 cars)
Electricity - avg 45/mos (July-Sept are usually about 70-90, but, only used AC twice so far this summer (keep fingers crossed)
Cable - 70 (cable and internet combined - cable itself is $18+fees/taxes)
Cellphone - 80 (two lines combined)
Water - 0, included in rent, along with gas heat and trash.
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Wow, my numbers are way higher! I live in a fairly high cost of living area though, on the west coast.

Rent: $995 (3 bed apt, 1200 sq ft, this was a steal and rent is bound to go up)
Health Insurance: not sure, taken out of DH's pay pre-tax
Car Insurance: $70 a month (one driver, one car)
Electricity: $100 a month (ouch!)
Cable: $77 currently, cutting back to $60 once promotion ends (this is for both internet service and TV)
Cellphone: $90 for both of us (our only phone service)
Water: $27

HTH!
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Rent :House $550 (including insurance and taxes- paying at 15 yr)
Health Insurance : 160month family
Car Insurance : $85 month(pay it 6mo at a time to save $6 mo installment fee) 95 Truck and 01 Odyssey- both full coverage
Electricity : $115 monthly avg. ALL electric home 1800sft up and 1200 downstairs
Cable : None
Cellphone : $10 month - maybe we just use a tracphone for emergencies and don't buy minutes all that often
Water : None we have a well
Phone and Internet : $85 for unlimited long distance and high speed internet
Netflix: $8.99

That is all of our bills

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Rent - 850 (3 bdroom house in the country with lots of privacy)
Health Insurance - 87.69 every 2 weeks
Car Insurance - 90/mo (includes renter's insurance, 2 cars)
Electricity - avg 280/mos
Cable - 55
Cellphone - 90 (two lines combined)
Water - 0, on a well
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Question for you all...
In our spreadsheet doc that has bills in it, my husband has:
Cobra 515
Golden Rule 147

Golden rule is our son's health insurance, and Cobra (Blue Cross & Blue Shield) is the insurance on him and I that he got after he lost his last job. Looking at all the numbers here I'm assuming that he has the total as something more than "per month". At those prices, any idea if that is "per month" or how often of an interval that looks like it would be?
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We are in the city...

Rent $1300 3br 1 bth
Health Insurance - $175
Car Insurance - 0, we don't own a car
Electricity - $80
Cable - $180 (cable/internet)
Cellphone - $180 (I know, excessive but this is our splurge, we both have iPhones)
Water - $0 included in our rent

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Question for you all...
In our spreadsheet doc that has bills in it, my husband has:
Cobra 515
Golden Rule 147

Golden rule is our son's health insurance, and Cobra (Blue Cross & Blue Shield) is the insurance on him and I that he got after he lost his last job. Looking at all the numbers here I'm assuming that he has the total as something more than "per month". At those prices, any idea if that is "per month" or how often of an interval that looks like it would be?
That could be per month. Cobra for me was almost $700/month.

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Question for you all...
In our spreadsheet doc that has bills in it, my husband has:
Cobra 515
Golden Rule 147

Golden rule is our son's health insurance, and Cobra (Blue Cross & Blue Shield) is the insurance on him and I that he got after he lost his last job. Looking at all the numbers here I'm assuming that he has the total as something more than "per month". At those prices, any idea if that is "per month" or how often of an interval that looks like it would be?
Generally COBRA insurance is WAY high I would bet that is per month.

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Mortgage: $720/month
Health Insurance: $1/month for all of us, $600 deductible
Car Insurance: $553 for Nissan, Dodge and Mercedes/ 6 months
Electricity: $70 budget plan/month - we have gas heat and supplement with wood
Cable: $65/month
Cellphone: $85 for 3 lines/ unlimited rollover minutes
Water: $45/month general use only... we don't water anything outside


My mother lives with us, so we have 3 adults and a 6 year old. Our house is a 1939 English stone farmhouse. The main living area is 1200 sq. ft. We have a finished basement that has a family room... 300 sq. ft. My mother's addition is another 600 sq. ft. that is heated solely with baseboard heat. Cable is satellite 120 channel package. Our cars are pretty new, so even though we own them outright we still have full coverage on them. Health insurance is through dh's work - he's a tenured university professor. HTH!
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Rent - 1371-townhouse in 4th biggest city in Canada...3 bedrooms.

Health Insurance - pretty much 'free', but we pay high tax rates.

Car Insurance - 100/month
Electricity - 110/month
Cable, Internet and Phone combined to $120/month
Cellphone - 40/month
Water - 50/month (washign cloth diapers these days).

4 kids under 10
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Here, this will make everyone else feel better, LOL!

Rent: We own a smallish home in a very high cost of living area. Our mortgage is $2200/month including taxes and insurance.
Health Insurance: Free (totally paid for by our employer)
Car Insurance: $106/month for a '95 Nissan Maxima and an '08 Nissan Versa
Cable: $30/month for the most basic plan
Cellphone: $75/month for 2 phones
Electricity and Water: (Los Angeles combines water and power on one bill, and we pay approximately $150/month for both. Higher in the summer when we use more water and the A/C)
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Rent - we have a 2000 mortgage. a 1 BR apartment is about 800 for a decent one, 1000 for 2 br. this is in a city.
Health Insurance we pay about 3000/yr for the family but my company pays most of it. It would be about 1000/month if we were not subsidized by my co.
Car Insurance 300/mo for 2 cars
Electricity about 75/month
Cable I wish we don't have cable
Cellphone 40/month but that is our share of a family plan shared with my whole fam.
Water about 30 bucks /mo unless we are watering the yard a ton.

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Rent- $2100 for a 1400 sq ft. 3bed 2bath (with an unfinished basement) on 5 acres in the country
Health Insurance- $230 for medical, $24 for dental
Car Insurance- $650 every 6 months for a minivan and a sports car
Electricity- $60-80
Cable- we don't have cable
Cellphone- $70 for 2 lines of service, $55 of which is reimbursed by DH's employer
Water- we have a private well and septic. We don't have monthly fees but we do have to maintain the system.

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That could be per month. Cobra for me was almost $700/month.
Ugh, that's what I was afraid to hear . The thing is that with his new job it's a 10/99 job so they don't have insurance so we have to get private insurance. Any idea of something that is affordable, yet has good coverage? We are using that for now only because it gave us extension of the benefits he had from work which included prenatal - which I needed since I was already pregnant and most companies won't let you switch mid-pregnancy or it's considered "an existing condition" and they won't cover it

Just so I'm not looking at everyone else's numbers and not adding my own, I'm going to add mine too so everyone knows what I'm "comparing" to.

Rent - 1200
Cobra - 515
Golden Rule - 147
Car Insurance - 117
Electricity - 154
Cable - 49
Cellphone - 108
Water - 110

Rent is on a three story (including the basement) house with 3BR/2BA. It's only a couple of minutes drive (literally, like 2 minutes) from a main city, we have a fenced in yard (not sure of the size either). And also includes a one car garage and an outside building we can (but don't currently) use for storage.

Car insurance is on one car with one person covered. Hubby had to have an SUV for his job, so it's on a Honda Pilot.

Cellphone is the bill for two people, through Verizon.
And water is local water instead of having to be brought in from surrounding areas.

The water and electricity were high for the particular month he has the amounts saved for as it was our first month here and includes all kinds of other fees that we normally wouldn't be having to pay.
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Rent: $975 (3 bedrooms, 1 bath)
Health Insurance: $200
Car Insurance: $83 (2 cars, 2 drivers)
Electricity: Electricity and natural gas together run $150-$175 month
Cable: Internet, phone (metered service, no long distance) and TV in one bill $125 (ouch)
Cellphone: $25 (DH work pays for his so we just pay the add-on charge for mine)
Water: $50 but expecting this to be a little more this summer with my garden

We also pay $45 mo. for life insurance (I have high risk family issues and a 30 year term policy so that's the majority of it) and we have a car payment.

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Mortgage $480
Property Taxes $300
Homeowner's insurance $40
Health Insurance $0 (paid by my employer)
Car Insurance - not sure
Electricity/gas $149 (averaged over the year - I live in North Dakota)
Cable+phone+broadband $120
Cellphone $44
Water $65

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Rent :Mortgage is $1400 including taxes and homeowners insurance (940 sq. ft. cape cod in residential area in desireable school district)
Health Insurance : $360 for 3 of us (will soon be $400 when we have the baby) but this is individual as my DH is self-employed. it is really great coverage with no deductible.
Car Insurance : $137 for two fully insured vehicles incuding free GAP coverage
Electricity : $100
Cable : We do phone/internet/cable and it is $150
Cellphone : $60 for my basic plan, $140 for DH's unlimited plan for his business
Water : $70/every 3 months
Phone and Internet : See above

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Rent: we have a house at $541 that we just bought before that was $550 for renting a house. both houses were small living areas the rental 750 and this one is 675 sq feet
Health Insurance: $160 month for family of 5
Car Insurance: $90 which includes a whole life policy for me and both mine(full coverage) and dh(liability) cars
Electricity: we only have to pay for gas for the generator I'd say we go through about $20-30 of gas a month. otherwise we are on solar
Cable: $30(just internet and on a 12 month special after that it will be $60)
Cellphone: $both dh and I are about $110 month. this is our only phones we get 1400mins and unlimited nights and weekends. changing service really isnt an option we live in the country. lucky our phone works at home lol
Water: free, we have a well
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We don't rent. We own two houses. Together the mortgages come to just under $2K/month.

Health Insurance: High ded. policy for me and the kids about $250/mo. Another $150 for dh's low ded. policy

Car insurance: $95 for 2 cars with full coverage.

Electricity/Water/Sewer/Gas (they all come on one bill): probably averages around $350/month

Cable and Internet: $115/mo for HD tv and high speed internet

Cellphone: $140/mo for dh and I. They're our only phones, and we have Blackberries with a data plan, which is why it's so high.
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Minneapolis/St. Paul

Rent 975 (1000 square foot TH)
Health Insurance 30 (
Car Insurance 280/6 months
Electricity 90 (includes garbage)
Cable 99
Cellphone 80
Water NA (paid for in rent)
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Rent $500 mortgage
Health Insurance $330
Car Insurance $300ish a month (but that's all of our business stuff as well)
Electricity $80ish, depending on the month
Cable $0
Cellphone $0
Water $0 (we have a well)
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Mortgage: $1900 for 4bed/3ba + den (2500 sqf)
Health Insurance: $250/mo
Car Insurance: $390 every 6 months
Electricity: $80-$150 (high end with A/C running)
Natural Gas: $20-$120 (high end in dead of winter in MN)
Sattelite: $70/month
Cellphone: $45/month
Water: $40/month or so

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Rent $1000 4 bd 2 bath with office, fenced yard, orchard
Health Insurance $180 $20 copays for office visits/ $10 prescriptions
Car Insurance $85 one vehicle full coverage plus renters insurance and towing
Electricity $90 were on an averaged plan...new house so we'll see
Cable $35 for internet and basic cable (on a promotion)
Cellphone $90 2 lines, 700 minutes + texting with verizon
Water $60 a month (was) not sure here...

We live in a high COL area in Northern California and we really found a deal on this place, it is close to dh's work (he can bike) and it is country living, very private, shaded house with an orchard and river access. We are really happy so far. We may buy this house in the future.
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Rent (mortgage here) we pay $635/mo - rent was $550, but that was like 6 years ago
Health Insurance our part is $161 every 2 weeks
Car Insurance $161/ mo for 5 months (6th month there's no payment)
Electricity $65 if we don't have the chest freezer or A/C plugged in
Cable $8 just for the local channels I think full cable was $60-$65 range
Cellphone $87 for three lines, we'll drop on this month and save $13
Water $45 every 3 months
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Rent
$630 mortgage + $200 month LOC + $200 month property taxes, but we also get $500/month rent for the upstairs half of our duplex

Health Insurance
I think our contribution to the province is a few hundred/year, but I'd have to look at dh's tax return to know for sure

Car Insurance
$40/month

Electricity
$130/month avg over last 12 months. Includes all heat and hot water

Cable
$110 includes cable, internet, home phone

Cellphone
none. Dh's pager is $115/year

Water
included in property taxes
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We live about 1.5 hours from DC where DH works.

Mortgage - 1600 (country, 3 bed 2 bath rancher with 1 acre)
Health Insurance - $400 a month for all five of us, this includes dental too
Car Insurance - $130 for two cars
Electricity - Average is $100
Cable - none, DH's work pays for internet
Cellphone - $90
Water - none, we have a well
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