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    Hey

    Just wondering, when it comes to providing your household income, does it mean both your parent and step-parents income added together or just the parent.

    In my situation I'll be putting my mum's household income (as I live mostly with her), however she has remarried so does the household income involve both my mums income and my step-dads.

    My mum says it only goes by her income and to ignore my stepdads but I'm not too sure...this is what she was told by a friend..

    Thanks for any help
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    mum and step dad's income are counted - it is the household income.
    Your mother's friend is an utter idiot.
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    Thought so..
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    Household income = parent you live with & their partner.

    Your dad is off the hook, but your stepdad has to provide his info. I had days worth of arguments about this with my stepdad because they split their finances mum = pays for kids & food, stepdad = bills & car, so he didn't think he should be involved in our finances.

    He was wrong.
 
 
 

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