Budget plan with python help

I am struggle to make a budget plan with python 2
the variable and float are as follow:
this is the example of how the programming should look like.

input1 = input("Enter Item 1: ")
monthly1 = float(input("Enter Item 1 Monthly Amount: "))
Enter Item 1: Food

Enter Item 1 Monthly Amount: 50.55

Enter Item 2: Rent

Enter Item 2 Monthly Amount: 300.00

Enter Item 3: Coding

Enter Item 3 Monthly Amount: 3.01

Enter Item 4: Toothpaste

Enter Item 4 Monthly Amount: 1.00

Enter Item 5: Yoga Lessons

Enter Item 5 Monthly Amount: 50.00

the instructor want us make it look this :slight:

Monthly Budget
Item        Month      Year
Food        $50.55    $606.60
Rent        $300.00   $3600.00
Coding      $3.01     $36.12
Toothpaste  $1.00     $12.00
Yoga        $50.00    $600.00

You can improve it by giving option and provide it in wider range

  1. business budget
  2. office budget
  3. home budget
  4. functional budget.etc
    give some pre-define item value according to type and some by User

Firstly, welcome to the forums.

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Please provide some example of what you’ve tried and I’m sure you’ll get more help.

Happy coding :slight_smile:

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