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    Hi,

    I am going through the student finance calculator and I am going to be applying pretty soon but have a question about household income, I am currently 23, working full time and living with my parents.

    From what I understand the household income is what my parents and I earn but once I start uni in September I will no longer be working full-time, will this change how much I am getting and how to I enter this?


    Thank you!
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    Hi CharlesNursing

    The assessment would be based on your parents income, unless you have supported yourself financially for 3 years in which case you can request to be assessed as independent.
    You only need to declare your own income from:
    • Bank or Building Society Gross Interest
    • Property Lettings or Rent
    • Dividends from investments/shares/unit trusts
    • Trusts or Sponsorships
    • Pensions
    • Any other payment received for attending the course (This does not include University Bursaries).
    Thanks
 
 
 
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