# EX Sheet

First, in an Excel Spreadsheet, create a budget to show Tom and Sally’s income, expenses, and money leftover each month (Net). Create formulas in your spreadsheet for

your calculations using the following data:

Tom brought home \$1,000 a month for January, February, and March.
Sally brought home \$1,900, \$2,000 and \$1,975 respectively for those three months.
They paid \$1,000 for rent and utilities each month.
They paid \$88 for insurance each month.
They paid \$60 for cell phones and \$60 for Internet/TV each month.
They spent \$600, \$750 (due to a big birthday bash), and \$500 on food respectively.
Their car payment and gas came to \$225, \$250, and \$300 respectively.
Entertainment and gifts were \$75, \$100, and \$45 respectively.
They paid a little extra on their credit card \$150, \$125, and \$100 respectively.
They allocated \$200 each month for personal grooming and health care.
They put \$100 each month into savings.
Miscellaneous Expenses came to \$200, \$100, and \$400 respectively.

Negotiation process and outcome