TEENS! How much money do you have saved?

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I have £50 In my bank ATM.

I have £10 a week pocket money and I sometimes I babysit and get £10.
I'm 16.


State your age, how much money you get a week (Include if you get ema etc)
And how much you have saved


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17, £40 a month an no money in my bank
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16 going 17 in less than a month and like £800 but I have worked since 13 and am now a lifeguard with a good wage so have about £200 a month coming in...
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17, I earned £500 myself from a job I did during the Xmas hols. I don't get "pocket money" although my parents pay for things that I can't afford myself, and obviously at 17 I can't afford much :L I have a part time job at the moment, and I baby sit from time to time, so I'm earning more but I'm not quite sure how much it all adds up to (:
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19 I had over 3,000 finished first year of uni now have £35.05 in my current account £150ish in my student account and £79.09 in a cash ISA
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18, nothing per month, ~£500 in the bank
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15
£80 in total
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Money is needed<\3


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£0.00


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16, £15 in the bank atm (Spent £100 at the weekend :/)

Get £30 a month in pocket money, and earn anywhere from £130- £250 depending on hours.. Not bad tbh.
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I'm saving for a deposit on a house. What I get per week varies, but that will change from next Monday when I start my new job. £7900 savings, £5000 ISA, and a whole £4.97 in my current account.
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16, and I have £1600 savings, and about £180 in my current account!

I don't have an allowance, I just try to save half and spend half of my wages.
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I'm 17, 18 soon, I have about £70 in the bank. I don't have a job (although not for a lack of trying) so I get £20 a week from my mum. Gonna have to do some serious saving for Freshers.
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(Original post by Amylina)
I'm 17, 18 soon, I have about £70 in the bank. I don't have a job (although not for a lack of trying) so I get £20 a week from my mum. Gonna have to do some serious saving for Freshers.
Or you can rinse out your student loan on it lol
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I suddenly feel old
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19, about £450 a month, currently have £19 in the bank.
Payday in 2 days!
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About £275 a week, from my two jobs since I've finished uni and not back until October.

I've currently got £1250 in my regular saver, £2500 in a current account (5% interest) and £1350 in my main account.

I save £250 a month over summer, then more when I'm at university due to student loan.

I'm 20.


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18, got about £550 altogether in the bank and starting uni in September. Not so worried about money for uni but something tells me I should be.. haha!


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23, several grand overdrawn.
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I earn around £400 a month from my job (Waitrose shelf stacker). Did have around £3800 in my account, but my car has swallowed that in repairs, petrol and insurance, so now I have around £60.
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