Lets say that you use about 2 gal. per day. That would be about
60 gal. per month. At $1.89 per gal. it would cost about $113.40
The average cost of a nursing home is $4000 to $8000 per month.
The overall cost of living is 7% below the national average, and apartments for rent run at an average monthly cost of $750, with utilities averaging $90 per month.
$200/month is the average cost.
The national average is $611/month for full time. It varies between larger and smaller cities. The larger the city, the smaller the cost
£3.50 a month $5.95 a month (Standard American Currency)
In 2010, the national average cost for a rhinoplasty was $4,306.
The average cost depends in the number of items purchased.
Nursing homes cost on average 4000-8000 dollars a month which can be paid for with Medicare, Medicaid, or out of pocket.
The national average is about $1,000 per month for full time care. Cut your actual cost by paying with a child care flexible spending account.
Mine is £63/month, don't know if that is average.
It is around $200 a month just for entertainment.
In 2014, the average cost of Internet in the United States is an estimated $50.00 a month. There are different packages that may result in cheaper Internet.
The average cost of food in Vancouver for a family of 4 in one month is $868.43. The lowest monthly food cost is at $832.82 and the highest at $944.19.
The national average cost is about $1,000 per month for full time care. Pre-tax dollars can cut your cost if you use a Day Care Flexible Spending Account.
The average monthly cost of home owner's insurance is aproximately $250,000 a month.