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    Hiya everyone, i would like some advice, if anyone can help me i would be very grateful.
    I am applying for university to start in september 2010 and i'm trying to work out all the finance details. I am married with 2 children and i am worried that i'm not gonna be able to afford to go. If anyone is in the same situation as i am do you know what benefits and things i will recieve.

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    Hi! Welcome to TSR! :tsr:

    Click the '£' sign in my signature to get to the Money and Finance forum. You can ask for advice there, or read any of the existing threads about student finance.
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    I like the £ sign in your signature, cpj1987. Very creative.
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    HI,
    I'm in the same boat. Go to entitledto.co.uk to work out the Tax Credits etc you'll be entitled to, and there's a finance calculator on the student finance page of the directgov site. It depends on your circumstances, so I can't tell you what you'll be eligible for but they should help!
 
 
 
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