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Rent 350 per month.

How much is it weekly, please?
Thank you, smarty pants xx

PS: @DocteurRalph - ha, a good guess about my first post! You were very close.. ;) xx

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Roccoflip
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350 per month / 4 weeks per month = 87.5 per week

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Rockster160 wrote:
350 per month / 4 weeks per month = 87.5 per week

Thanks, Rockster, but it works out more per year - 87.5 x 52 weeks = 4550

350x 12 months = 4200

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Sorry @Rockster160 !
(350 x 12) ÷ 52 = $80.77

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soco wrote:
Sorry @Rockster160 !
(350 x 12) ÷ 52 = $80.77

Yes, this seems ok - 80.77 x 52 = 4200.04

THANK YOU, soco xx

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If someone is paying you the rent ask them to pay $81 per week for 51 weeks. Then on the last week of the year (Christmas) they only owe $69 - a nice break!

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soco wrote:
Sorry @Rockster160 !
(350 x 12) ÷ 52 = $80.77

😂 Fair enough.

I was going to say it depends what you need it for, and how you calculate the week since each month has a different amount of days.
I generally like to overestimate expenses and round up so that in the end there is always a little extra. 😉

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NOTE TO SELF: Don't ever let Rockster160 be your landlord.

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soco wrote:
NOTE TO SELF: Don't ever let Rockster160 be your landlord.

:D haha!

Yes, i have a new lodger and just asked him to pay the first rent and there was a confusion.. He thought the rent was 85 per week, but I wanted 350 per month. He seemed upset with that figure, so I tried to figure out how much it was weekly.. but it turns out that it is less than what he wanted to pay, so when I will explain it to him, hopefully he will be happy!

Thanks again, soco.xx

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soco wrote:
NOTE TO SELF: Don't ever let Rockster160 be your landlord.

I overestimate expenses, that means money going out the door. 😉 I do the opposite with income. 😛 So anybody renting from me would probably get the cheaper rates. 😂

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Rockster160 wrote:

soco wrote:
NOTE TO SELF: Don't ever let Rockster160 be your landlord.

I overestimate expenses, that means money going out the door. 😉 I do the opposite with income. 😛 So anybody renting from me would probably get the cheaper rates. 😂

Oh, shame, I decided not to move in the next three years.. Hope you don't change your calculations by then! ;)

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rent like that is x5 cheaper where i live.. talk about blud suckers

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to calculate rent per week from month .....times by 12 for the year and divide by 52

so 350 per month is 80.77

its more or less 4.3333 weeks to a month

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I'd like to point out that besides rent, one should also take into account additional living expenses. Listing some along with our local prices, though I'd imagine yours would be much lower (for example rent here is more like $500 at minimum): Property tax (~$100), TV ($25), wifi (<$10), phone ($15), building committee ($30), electricity ($15 - $50), water (<$10), gas (<$2), fuel ($325), food ($250).

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Oh, but I see now it's in regard to a lodger.

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Here in Canada, we're expected to rent a place for $287USD/month on disability. I just live in my vehicle.

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I need to move wherever you guys are. Renting a small 1 bedroom apartment here is $600-700/month for something out of the way and not taken care. Doesn't include utilities, internet, or even parking. 😂

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Who do I sell my soul to to pay $350 per month? I pay that twice a month and I'm on disability income.

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I need to move wherever you guys are. Renting a small 1 bedroom apartment here is $600-700/month for something out of the way and not taken care. Doesn't include utilities, internet, or even parking. 😂

No kidding! I've got two dogs to take care of, gas, electric, water, food, transport, medical bills, and phone and internet. That's not including emergencies either.

I'm glad I live in a country with a public healthcare system. If I was in the US, I'd be dead within 3 months - less if my depression medication can't be afforded and I end up topping myself.

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