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inb4 Reue
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£7,463 mainly savings and birthday money
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less than 3k so I can still claim benefits which classifies me as one of the under class.
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100,2786,690
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so much money even the comma got confused
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Nothing there was around 2,000 at one point but somehow I managed to spend it. Looks like I'll be poor if I ever go to uni
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£7,463 mainly savings and birthday money
How old are you if you dont mind me asking is this grant money savings or like working? I'm trying to increase my savings, but money is always a struggle.
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£28,206.49

(I'm 21)
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that £1500 overdraft life
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Only about £600, but I have a separate (student) account for living expenses with probably around £4000 in and a savings account. Not sure how much is in there.
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Too embarrassed to say lol
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-1235 or something around that.
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so much money even the comma got confused
I stopped looking at commas a long time ago.
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About £6 :cool:.
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£28,206.49

(I'm 21)
you just keep it all in your current account?
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How old are you if you dont mind me asking is this grant money savings or like working? I'm trying to increase my savings, but money is always a struggle.
I'm 18 it's savings from my grandparents. They've been giving me money since I was 5 so lucky
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About £23,360. Spent 13k on a car not too long ago . But I plan on selling that as I might be getting a company car soon :awesome:
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About £1000. My life's birthday money, haha.
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I'm 18 it's savings from my grandparents. They've been giving me money since I was 5 so lucky
Thats so lucky!! I dont get grants so my savings don't go very far, as accom isn't fully covered by loan.
Good though that you saved it
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