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    (Original post by Anfanny)
    It' sa bit steep. It's The same as child maintainence If you then have to pay your own Food And stuff. If youre getting kept And have use of a car then no but i Knie of mothers / parents who are So greedy I'm sure they have no issue taking just because. Make sure it's fair plus If anyone else is in the house because youre not there to keep them...
    Thanks for your view - I pay fuel costs when I get a lift, so that isn't included
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    (Original post by Muttley79)
    So which of those options are you doing?
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    It sounds about right I think - do you have travel costs, lunch costs etc?
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    (Original post by Muttley79)
    It sounds about right I think - do you have travel costs, lunch costs etc?
    I pay for fuel when I get a lift (which is basically every weekday) and then take a packed lunch which is covered under the weekly household food shop. So food is covered in board, travel isn't.
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