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Who counts in the "household income"

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    Hi, hoping somebody can shed some light on all this for me. I moved away from my father nearly a year ago. This doesn't qualify me as independent, I know, which is heavily insulting considering how hard I have to work to live with no help from my father. But now he lives with his fiance and the finance application now wants me to include her information. Does her income count towards it? Considering I've never lived with her nor do I take ANY money from my father anyway.
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    Unfortunately, yes, as you are dependant and she is in his household her income needs to be added.


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