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Ive always found these threads fascinating (forgive me if there is already a current one floating around somewhere on here!)

Lmk if you’re a uni student/recent grad etc.!

(Ill start: £300 in current account, £1.5k in savings and I’m a uni student!)
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I currently have 2500$ CAD in my account, 2000$ CAD in my savings. I'm 15. I work a part-time job because school isn't any trouble for me and I make 300$ CAD per week (all the money is self-made)
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£0 as of now due to my poor money handling and some circumstances, though by the end of December I should have £2k.
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18, first year uni student, 20000 in savings and 1000 in bank
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Bold of you to assume I even have a penny 😂😂🙄😂
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18, first year uni student, 20000 in savings and 1000 in bank
How????
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I currently have 2500$ CAD in my account, 2000$ CAD in my savings. I'm 15. I work a part-time job because school isn't any trouble for me and I make 300$ CAD per week (all the money is self-made)
What’s your job (if you don’t mind me asking)?
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£0 as of now due to my poor money handling and some circumstances, though by the end of December I should have £2k.
Is that through budgeting or are you getting a job?
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How????
not to mention I also drive and pay 3.5k yearly on insurance
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Is that through budgeting or are you getting a job?
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I have £XXX scattered across 10 bank accounts including current, savings, premium bonds and investments.
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More than £5k, less than £15k. I also have €100 in cash at home too if that counts
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~ £50k cash
~ £150k investments
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What sort of a vulgar question is this? Are you American?
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Odd question, but I suppose it is kinda interesting.

I've got around 6.5k at the moment, half of it is going towards my next course though. I'm a student.
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What sort of a vulgar question is this? Are you American?
Vulgar??

I’m a UK uni student, who’s always really been interested in money diaries and how different people go about financial management!
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What sort of a vulgar question is this? Are you American?
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I've got a tidy sum in my savings, that's either for me to do a master's or a deposit on a house and about £1.5k in my current account.
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Vulgar??

I’m a UK uni student, who’s always really been interested in money diaries and how different people go about financial management!
I think he means vulgar in the sense that it's usually considered quite rude to ask how much money a person has.
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Vulgar??
Some people take issue with discussions about money, and indeed asking someone to their face would come across as rude and invasive in some cultures. Some people are simply more happy to share than others. Of course an open question on a forum is a bit different and is much simpler to handle without any drama. If you want to answer then answer, if you don't want to answer then don't. There's nothing vulgar about putting the question out there openly for those who want to discuss it. A post on a forum is totally different to asking people to their face.
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