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    I'm hopping some could give me some advice? As I'm finding this process a little confusing... (It's been a long time since I last applied!!😀)

    I'm 33 and temporary living at home.... From the information I've found, I would have to provide my parents income? (Is this correct as I'm financially independent of my parents).

    Also for the last 5 years I've been working full time. When I provided the house hold income, would this need to be included? (As in order to complete my pgce I would be leaving my job in August).

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    I'm hopping some could give me some advice? As I'm finding this process a little confusing... (It's been a long time since I last applied!!😀)

    I'm 33 and temporary living at home.... From the information I've found, I would have to provide my parents income? (Is this correct as I'm financially independent of my parents).

    Also for the last 5 years I've been working full time. When I provided the house hold income, would this need to be included? (As in order to complete my pgce I would be leaving my job in August).

    Thanks
    If you're over 25 then you're classed as independent so only your own income and the income of any partner you have is assessed. Not your parents
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