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Discretionary fund form

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    I live in Scotland but it is a general question about evidence for applying for a discretionary fund type payment. The form I have asks me to list regular outgoings such as credit cards etc, but my issue is with a one off vet bill I had to pay, and a one off low income month (last month) where my partner only got half his pay from switching jobs. Do I try add these in to the boxes of regular outgoings but say asterisk that they were a one off, or put them in additional information section? I just don't want them to not be considered, so don't want to mess it up. I asked for advice from Uni but student support wasn't sure.
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