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* In order to do worksheet #2, ideally it is best to have on hand the previous years expenses. If that is unattainable, then it is highly recommended that you maintain a financial logbook for at least one month. A financial log book is a financial journal that is maintained as a record for every dollar spent – large or small. Maintaining a financial logbook for at least one month will give you a general idea as to what your monthly expenses will be. Keep in mind, all figures utilized in all worksheets are approximate and are subject to change.