How long after uni is it OK to live with your parents for? Watch

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I lived back home for a year after graduating, which really helped me pay back my overdraft and save up some money, there's no way I could have afforded to move out at that point.
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I am 53 this year and I still live with my parents. I just cannae be bothered to move out, it's too much hassle. Hopefully soon I'll get the house in the Will then I can finally have some privacy. :rolleyes:
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If you don't mind living at home then it should be fine. Personally it is my last option. I just don't enjoy being at home. I've just turned 21 but have also just graduated and even though it makes financial sense to move home that would be the only reason why and for me it isn't a strong enough reason. I'm getting a flat with my friend because I still wanna live like a student.
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