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    Nothing. Mainly because of terrible spending habits at uni. However, even that would technically be only a loan, so I could hardly call it savings. Hey, at least I've never gone into overdraft and my only debt is the standard uni one which I'll probably never pay back anyway, so yay I guess..
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    Im 16, have a part time job and ive only saved £84 LOL
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    2500€
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    Im 25 (26 in a couple of weeks) and ive saved £42,000.
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    networth around £140k


    been trying to learn the skills needed to grow it. making progress but slowly. unsure if i'll eventually make it.........
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    (Original post by MattB_)
    I'm lucky that my parents have been wise and invested some of their savings and my inheritance. Sitting at around £60k but won't be able to access any of it until I'm 18 due to them being sealed in trust funds.
    60k tf
    I have like 3.5k in mine
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    (Original post by constantdisplay)
    60k tf
    I have like 3.5k in mine
    I know I've been very fortunate. I also won't have any student debt to have to pay off as well as my parents are going to pay for university fees
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    (Original post by MattB_)
    I know I've been very fortunate. I also won't have any student debt to have to pay off as well as my parents are going to pay for university fees
    ................................ ........
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    hmmm....

    roughly £0? Awful I know
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    -£2k
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    I've saved around £6k over the years but just put down a £2k deposit to rent a studio in Kensington bye bye money
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    (Original post by trustmeimlying1)
    just found out most public sector pensions require yeh to work till 65 minimum

    retiring at 40 aint gonna happen now (much sadness)
    Which ones?

    My understanding is most public sector schemes let you access your public sector pension from age 55 at reduced rate.
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    (Original post by Quady)
    Which ones?

    My understanding is most public sector schemes let you access your public sector pension from age 55 at reduced rate.
    Excellent. I'll work towards retiring early then.
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    (Original post by trustmeimlying1)
    Excellent. I'll work towards retiring early then.
    Why? What will you do with your time?
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    (Original post by Quady)
    Why? What will you do with your time?
    Annoy you.
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    (Original post by trustmeimlying1)
    Annoy you.
    On a reduced rate public sector pension without drawing state pension?

    What you gonna do, fight me in the aisle for reduced price food?
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    (Original post by Quady)
    On a reduced rate public sector pension without drawing state pension?

    What you gonna do, fight me in the aisle for reduced price food?
    Yeh know me too well.

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    Well I thought I'd post to make you all feel really good about yourselves.

    23 and still have a £1k student overdraft left over so technically my savings are (-).

    Graduated last summer and have since been travelling and secured a well paid job but trying to put between £5/600 away from now onward. That said, I like my weekends too much. You lot are all saints
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    Oh, if we including debts, I'm about -£100k thanks to the mortgage
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    (Original post by Reue)
    Oh, if we including debts, I'm about -£100k thanks to the mortgage
    If only we could compare your mortgage to my 1k student overdraft.
 
 
 

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