There is indeed a new Standard Financial Statement but we can access the figures only by licence and it is made very clear that they should not be given to clients. This is because they are not what people should be spending but an average - so anything above these figures would need to be justified and anything too far below should be questioned as it would not be sustainable.
Smoking and alcohol do appear in the Food and Housekeeping section which is one of the flexible costs which have trigger figures. Therefore smoking and alcohol - unless you do not eat very much - is likely to push the costs over the figures. It is not a more generous budget than the previous ones but sorts things into more realistic things for today's circumstances - so there are communications and leisure and personal costs also as sections in flexible costs.
Put down what you spend!
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