Florida Homeless’ first year overall budget is approximately $10,000. Employee pay, maintenance and housing costs, acquisition of equipment and employee wages are the main components of this budget. First, wages and employee pay. The principal researcher will receive a reward on a per-hour basis as the work will last for one week. As the principal researcher of an organization, 500 is a great reward. However, additional expenses will be paid from other budget categories. Online work for data analysts is cheaper and more efficient than traditional jobs. Based on current market prices, the salary of $500 was determined. The researcher will also need to have a typewriter in order to convert audio files into reports and an editor to ensure consistency. Purchases of equipment are the second line item on your budget. The primary tool for the researcher is a laptop to ensure that data is safe and secure. To ensure that data retrieval and other processes are done efficiently and quickly, we purchased a $2,500 premium laptop. For audio recording during interviews, an audio recorder worth $750 will also be needed. Stationery, such as pencils and notebooks, will also be necessary for making notes. They will run around $250. For protection and mobility, you will also need a waterproof bag. Direct project-related expenses are the next on the list. For the duration of the research week, the researcher will require a place to live and work. This location should be essential for the purpose of research. It is important that the researcher lives in Florida, as most homeless people live in cities. The researcher won’t be bringing any personal belongings as this will be an infrequent stay. Therefore, it is important to have all necessary furnishings and accessories. This application, however, requires electricity and an internet connection that is reliable. Based on these factors and current market prices, the lodging budget will amount to approximately $5,000. To ensure the comfort of the researcher during this exercise, 500 dollars will also be set aside for food and beverages. The budget also includes travel expenses. The majority of the homeless live in cities so it is important for the researcher that he or she stays in Florida to minimize transportation expenses. Because the stay would only last a few days, the chosen flat will allow the researcher freedom to explore the city, and also allows for voice and observation recording. The nature of the investigation requires the researcher to live as close as possible to those being studied. This will make transportation much more affordable than originally expected.