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    What is your source of income?
    How do you spend your money?:p:
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    Job. EMA.

    Shopping.

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    Entirely funded by student finance .
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    The Bank of Mum. For the time being, anyway :3
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    Ema.. :d
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    Income: Prostitution
    Expenditure: Prostitution
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    Student Finance and job - SU Tech crew
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    EMA i'm afraid. I'll mostly save, but spend some when i go shopping. Also stupid train and bus travel costs
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    Student loans.
    And a tiny bit a month from my mum.
    This is the first term that I'm not working during uni, and truth be told, I'm hating the lack of regular income.
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    My mum pays for my accommodation and then I live off my student loan, with a bit of income from club promoting.

    I mainly spend it on food and going out, and occassionally clothes.
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    job - saving most of it for uni but spend it on clothes, food and going out
    oh and bus fares,passport renewal and driving
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    Student loan, grant and bursary. Plus the odd tenner towards petrol when I come home from my Dad

    Spend it on rent, food, travel costs, books, and clothes and shoes..
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    Tying grannies to a tree, and beating them for their pension...






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    my part-time job, only £40 a week.
    its unfair you get EMA just cos your parents earn under like £30k, i get disadvantaged just because both of my parents earn over that a year - believe me, just because they earn a lot does not mean I see any of it - I don't get an allowance of any kind at all, except for them paying for my train every month and money nessacery for credit to keep in touch with them. I have to pay for everything else. sucks.
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    Army, tutoring, translation. Used to get a bit of money from modeling.
    By the time Uni starts: Government (yes, the Danish one is cool like that), family, tutoring, translation.

    All in all between 1-2k a month, depending on frequency of work..

    Spend it on savings, clothes, food and going out, in that order.
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    Part time job
    spent on everything and anything, i spend far far too much
    Oh and rich dads :love:
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    (Original post by Lasuil)
    my part-time job, only £40 a week.
    its unfair you get EMA just cos your parents earn under like £30k, i get disadvantaged just because both of my parents earn over that a year - believe me, just because they earn a lot does not mean I see any of it - I don't get an allowance of any kind at all, except for them paying for my train every month and money nessacery for credit to keep in touch with them. I have to pay for everything else. sucks.
    Family holidays? Nice Christmas presents? Come on, you must do..
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    A generous dad, but i will be paying him back at some stage.
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    Student loan
    Part time job
    DLA
    Overdraft (not really an income but i'd be ****** without it)

    Rent, bills, food, alcohol.
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    student finance
    student ambassador job
 
 
 
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