How much can I spend on a car if I make 100000?
The general rule of thumb is that you should not spend more than 20% of your monthly take-home pay on cars, according to Edmunds.com (via Bankrate).
So if your after-tax monthly income is $4,000, your total cost of car ownership for ALL of the cars you own should not exceed $800 under this rule.
How much should I spend on a car if I make 60000?
Most financial experts agree that your car expenses (monthly payment, insurance, fuel, taxes, routine maintenance and so forth) should be no more than 15 to 20% of your net income. In our $3,300 example that works out to a maximum of $500 to $660 per month.
How much should I spend on a car based on salary?
It all starts with what we call the 20/4/10 rule, which says you should: Make a down payment of at least 20%. Finance a car for no more than four years. And not let your total monthly vehicle expense, including principal, interest and insurance, exceed 10% of your gross income.
How much house can I afford on a 100k salary?
Your maximum mortgage payment (rule of 28)
The golden rule in determining how much home you can afford is that your monthly mortgage payment should not exceed 28 percent of your gross monthly income (your income before taxes are taken out).